News: Maino Explains Chris Brown's Comeback, "I Don't See Him Getting Into Anymore Trouble"
Thursday, Jul 2, 2009 5:30PM
Maino recently commented on Chris Brown's comeback from his publicized domestic dispute with Rihanna and how the singer will deflect his five-year probation.
Reflecting on predictions he made earlier this year, Maino also broke down why Brown will be able to avoid jail time.
"My predictions are coming true, if you didn't know earlier in the year I predicted that Chris Browns and Rihanna's relationship would not make it to September and earlier this week, he got 5 year probation for the events that caused them to break up," he wrote via a blog posting. "I just want to say that he'll be all right, I don't see him getting into anymore trouble to violate the 5 years probation. [What] happens is they give your a** those 5 years and hope you mess up so they can give you state time. But, like i said earlier he will be all right I have friends that got 20 times worse, so that ain't nothing major. It's just a good feeling to see a lot of my predictions come true, knowing that I got a crystal ball lying aroundin my home and I can see everyone's future." (Global Grind)
The singer has also received support from artists including Diddy and The Game who tagged him for the "Better On The Other Side" Michael Jackson tribute song.
"With nearly five minutes of footage, both The Game and Chris Brown are seen in various screen shots recording their tribute song in a studio. The West Coast emcee also appears to be getting a Michael Jackson tattoo and is seen in a bath tub with a bottle of liquor and note pad. Other shots include fans, kids and adults alike, wearing shirts with Jackson's face, dancing, smiling and keeping the singer's memory alive." (SOHH)
Upon being handed a five year probation sentence last week, various rappers reacted to Brown's situation including Chamillionaire.
"Seems like Chris Brown has less haters than Kobe," he wrote via Twitter. "Beyonce & Kobe have the same type of haters." (Chamillionaire's Twitter)
He avoided jail time after appearing in a California courtroom.
A plea deal has been reached in the assault case against Chris Brown, defense attorney Mark Geragos said in a hearing Monday. Under terms of the agreement, Brown will serve five years of probation. Los Angeles Criminal Court Judge Patricia Schnegg decided against allowing cameras into the courtroom during Rihanna's testimony, court spokesman Allan Parachini said. (CNN)
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