Chris Brown’s career is on the road to recovery and some of his peers, including Sean Kingston, are offering their support for the embattled pop star.
The “Fire Burning” singer feels his friend deserves another chance. “At the end of the day, he’s human. People make mistakes. Let it go,” Kingston tells Rap-Up.com, before adding that the public shouldn’t jump to any conclusions. “I don’t [believe] in somebody beating a woman, but we don’t know what happened in that car. All I’m gonna say is let the man be him.”
The 19-year-old met Brown when he toured with him in 2007. “He’s a great person. He’s cool.”
After seeing his former tourmate’s video apology last month, Kingston is convinced he’s sincere. “He sent the apology out. I could tell it came from his heart, so they should give him another chance.”
Sean Kingston is writing for Brown’s ex-girlfriend Rihanna’s new album and promoting his sophomore effort Tomorrow, in stores September 22.