So I’m not sure if you know this, but if you’re on probation, you’re apparently supposed to stay off drugs and obey laws and stuff? I know, it sounds so weird now that I say it, but it’s true! Anyway, back in June, Chris Brown was given a drug test back in June while he was supposed to be doing community service, and wouldn’t you know it, the guy tested positive for weed. Admittedly, this is barely counts as a drug, but to be fair, if someone says “don’t smoke weed or you’ll violate your parole”, you can probably go a little bit without the stuff. And before you ask: medical marijuana card. His excuse was that he had a medical marijuana card. Starpulse reports …
After Brown failed the drug test he reportedly used the “medical marijuana” excuse. On Monday, Judge Patricia Schnegg declared: “You are not an average person who can sit in their living room and do what you want to do, “Schnegg stated. She added, “You are not only in the public eye, but you are on probation. You should be mindful of obeying all rules of the courts. A lot of people look up to you — a lot of kids. What you do and what you say impacts other people.”
I’m sure some of you are looking at this and saying, “Yes, that’s all fine and good, but where’s Rihanna in all of this?” Turns out, she’s waiting in the wings to come in and defend him in court. Yay, positive role model for women everywhere! WOO FEMINISM!
Rihanna is standing behind her ex. Before Monday’s court appearance she tweeted, “Praying for you baby, my best wishes are with you today! Remember that whatever God does in our lives, it is WELL DONE!!! #1Love — @chrisbrown I’m praying for you and wishing u the best today!” It has been rumored that the pop star is prepared to defend Brown in court if necessary. According to RadarOnline, Rihanna told Brown she would go to court on November 1 and tell Schnegg that she shouldn’t set a hearing to decide if he violated terms of his probation because he has accepted responsibility for his actions.
Susan B. Anthony is probably looking down on this right now going, “Yes, I may have spent my entire life fighting for women’s suffrage, equal pay for equal work, and for getting my face on a dollar coin that no one uses, but it was all worth it to see an abuse victim defend her abuser in court because of her deep-seeded Daddy issues. All worth it.”