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Re: Fan returns $22,000 watch Chris Brown tossed into crowd
« Reply #45 on: September 07, 2011, 02:13:52 PM »
How much the watch costs is not an issue, I think.  The woman would have been obligated by law and etiquette to return a cheap watch.

That said, I do think Chris Brown should at least have sent back thanks when he got back the watch.  Coming to realize his mistake later, he wants to offer her a free show.  I don't care for Chris Brown, but I'm willing to give the benefit of whatever doubt there is here that this is not just a cheap publicity stunt but that he really does want to make right whatever he can, however he can.  I'm sure he's aware that his reputation has suffered quite a bit over the last few years.  Yes, it's certainly possible that he's just after some good publicity, but I don't really know that, so I'm not going to make a judgmental statement about what he's doing now in terms of the watch.
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Re: Fan returns $22,000 watch Chris Brown tossed into crowd
« Reply #46 on: September 20, 2011, 12:45:49 PM »
Anyone else think that a $22,000 watch shouldn't be coming loose in the first place?  For the price- that fricken watch should have jumped back onto his wrist.
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Re: Fan returns $22,000 watch Chris Brown tossed into crowd
« Reply #47 on: September 25, 2011, 12:32:11 AM »
Anyone else think that a $22,000 watch shouldn't be coming loose in the first place?  For the price- that fricken watch should have jumped back onto his wrist.

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