Alfonso Ribeiro Talks About Allegations Concerning Michael Jackson in an Interview on Black Hollywood Live

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Actor Alfonso Ribeiro, known primarily for his portrayal of Carlton on "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air", made an appearance on Black Hollywood Live's Portraits interview show this past Friday. In his appearance, Ribeiro talks about allegations concerning Michael Jackson, comments on Chris Brown's behavior, and about the possibility of a "Fresh Prince" reunion show.

I love Chris Brown, but Chris Brown blames everybody else but himself for what happens.

Actor Alfonso Ribeiro, known primarily for his portrayal of Carlton on "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air", made an appearance on Black Hollywood Live's Portraits interview show this past Friday. In his appearance, Ribeiro talks about allegations concerning Michael Jackson, comments on Chris Brown's behavior, and about the possibility of a "Fresh Prince" reunion show.

Ribeiro defends Michael Jackson: "People go crazy on me for saying what I say," Ribeiro says. "But I'll say it again. I'm never gonna believe any of those stories. I was a kid, but whether it's true or not, there's only the people who know. I'm not gonna believe it because this was the experience I had, and this is the way that I viewed Michael [Jackson]. Michael to me was like a little kid. He was a little kid in a grown up's body. I just never saw that."

Ribeiro believes Chris Brown blames everyone but himself: Ribeiro says, "It's like... I love Chris Brown, but Chris Brown blames everybody else but himself for what happens."

Ribeiro's response to the possibility of a "Fresh Prince" reunion show: "The producers and Will felt like we had done all of the episodes and story-lines that we could do creatively and make it great, " Ribeiro says.

Links to Alfonso Ribeiro's full appearance can be found at:
Website: http://blackhollywoodlive.com/2013/08/31/alfonso-ribeiro-bhl-portraits/.
iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/black-hollywood-live-portaits/id611663536?mt=2.
YouTube: http://youtu.be/VNw9eJKm7xM.

Black Hollywood Live's Portraits show, hosted by Derrial Christon, Jesse Janedy and Courtney Stewart airs live Fridays and is available for download the next day on iTunes and BlackHollywoodLive.com. Past guests for the show include director Tim Story, actor Ruben Santiago-Hudson and model/actor Boris Kodjoe. Black Hollywood Live is the world's first online broadcast network dedicated to African American entertainment news. BHL programming features inside information, insightful commentary, and in-depth interviews with Hollywood's biggest stars and influencers. For further information about the network, visit BlackHollywoodLive.com

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