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For those of you who have grown tired of Chris Brown, you’ll be please to hear that he’s not giving any interviews in 2012, the Huffington Post reports.


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At least that is what his manager is saying.

Breezy’s manager Tina Davis said he won’t be doing any interviews this year and will be focusing on his recording and performing instead, reports.

“We’re not trying to be rude, selfish or disrespectful in any way,” Davis said. “If people are going to judge anything, judge him for his talent.”

After his relationship with ex-girlfriend Rihanna ended with a public assault trial in 2009, and a “Good Morning America” interview that resulted in a number of smashed windows, the R&B star had a tough time overcoming his reputation as a hothead with a short fuse.

Do you think this is a good move? Can he keep his mouth shut that long without hurting his career? And doesn’t he need to learn how to express himself? Isn’t that what being a superstar is all about?

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