New York, Mar 8 (ANI): Chris Brown has been urged to sing a 'sorry' song for Rihanna amid the negative publicity he is receiving following his alleged bust-up with the 'Umbrella' hitmaker.
One of Manhattan's top reputation rehabilitators recommended that Brown should turn to music to come out of the bad light.
"Come up with a soulful song about what happened. I would use my fame to say, 'Look we are all human and make terrible mistakes,'" the New York Daily News quoted Davia Temin, CEO of Temin and Co, as saying.
Temin said that the idea "is to embrace the thing that hurt you the most and turn it into something positive."
Temin said that if Brown " were a company, I would say, 'Start a foundation on non-violent resolution to family squabbles.'"
Temin, however, said that Brown, who is just 19, sings for a living and he needs to understand that 'coming back is possible.'
"You can come back from pretty much anything. Our country loves people who come back from the brink," said Temin.
"The first thing he has to do is apologize again, sincerely. He needs to say, 'Look, I am so sorry any of this happened, that's not who I want to be. I take my role as a role model very seriously,'" Temin said. (ANI)