Hott TAMALE wrote:
I can't even believe she felt the need to apologize. I could only imagine how it must feel receiving all that hatred after you tried your
best to keep your composure during a memorial of one of your idols. She should not have to apologize for being human.
Just recovering from the day. Still filled w/sadness as we listen to KJLH in LA(Stevie Wonder's radio station)paying tribute to MJ(cont) 9 minutes ago
Trying to sing today was basically impossible for me. I could barely keep myself from crying. I'm sorry that (cont) 3 minutes ago from TwitterBerry
.Sorry that I wasn't able to pull it together and really do it right,but I was literally choked
up when I saw him there in front of me. (Cont
One thing I know is, we will never really have to say goodbye to MJ. His legacy lives on through his
music and the millions of people(cont)
He inspired with his timeless music. He will be forever in our hearts.
That's part of the problem, some don't see her as "human." They just see the star/a machine/a moneymaker/etc......She's not supposed to
display human emotions/feelings. She's supposed to be professional at all times, otherwise she deserves to be ripped apart. And, some of her fans are the
worst. I don't think any blogger, Perez included, can tear Mariah apart, like some fans can.
But, at the end of the performance, she had her husband---who took the day off from filming to be there for her. Hopefully, he took her Blackberry away, so she
didn't have to continually read insensitive tweets.
I guess because people decide to buy an album and support an artist, they feel they have a right to degrade them as well. Sad. Really sad. I guess some have
learned nothing from the untimely death of MJ. You don't know what you got, until it is gone.