With the 2022 American Music Awards (AMAs) canceling Chris Brown’s tribute to Michael Jackson, Breezy has recently become the center of attention. Although many want Chris fired due to past crimes against various people – including stars like Rihanna, Karrueche Tran, and Kehlani-Jordin Sparks has his back.
Jordin Wants People To Focus On Breezy’s Talent—Not His Past
TMZ caught up with Sparks in New York City earlier this week and asked her how she was doing.
After explaining that people “like to ask [her] about Chris,” possibly because they recorded the song “No Air” together, Jordin said they should have been at the AMAs.
“We love Chris. He has to be there.”
The interviewer then asked Jordin if Breezy’s critics should “get over what happened” in the past. Also, the singer shared that he thinks the conversation should be about his talent and not his past mistakes.
“Honestly, I don’t think it should be a conversation anymore. About his talent – he shouldn’t have stopped playing. That’s how I feel.”
Sparks continued, adding that everyone—especially Chris—should have the opportunity to “grow and learn” as a person.
“I just think that people need to grow and learn and live without things that can fail. Everyone should do that. Especially him.”
Her Support Matches Kelly Rowland’s Personality
These thoughts are similar to what Kelly Rowland recently said about the problem.
When he agrees Best Male R&B Artist award on behalf of Chris at the AMAs, Kelly gave Breezy her flowers. In particular, he also silenced the rowdy audience by telling them to “enjoy” what they were doing.
“I want to say Chris, thank you for making great R&B music, and I want to thank him for doing so well. I’ll take this award. [and] bring it to you. I love you. Congratulations, and congratulations to all those selected in this category.”
Soon, he changed his mind by talking to TMZ.
Like Jordin, Kelly strongly believes that Chris should be allowed to evolve as a person. The “Kisses Down Low” singer added that Breezy, like everyone else, “deserves grace.”
“I believe grace is real and we all need a measure of it. And before we point fingers at anyone else, we need to realize how much we appreciate every moment we get…
I just think it’s important to be human, we’re human. We all need to be forgiven for whatever we are doing, whatever we are thinking. We all came up short in some way and grace is real. We are human, and everyone deserves grace, period. “
What do you think of Jordin Sparks and Kelly Rowland having Chris Brown’s back in this feud? Also, do you think Chris should live with his past mistakes, or should the critics move on?