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This just might be the week where are all the troubled stars Tweet or speak on the fact that even though it seems like the odds are just constantly against them, they either don’t care or they’re going to be all right. First it was Kanye at the Governor’s Ball saying he doesn’t care about outside opinions anymore, then it was Chris Brown saying he loves being the person everyone hates, and now it’s Chad Johnson, who is facing his recent 30-day sentence with what seems like a Kanye shrug with a side of positivity.

If you missed the memo, we told you on Monday that he playfully slapped the backside of his lawyer and said “good job” after being asked by the judge if he was satisfied with his lawyer’s work so far in court. Safe to say that it was the wrong time and place to try and be “playful,” because when those in the courtroom began to laugh at the light booty slap, the judge became irritated and felt he was making a joke of a very negative thing (being in court for probation violation stemming from his domestic violence case after abusing Evelyn Lozada). She quickly told him that any plea deal he was hoping for was off, kicked him out of the courtroom, and later brought back in to let him know that his behavior (and of course the violation of his probation) was going to put him in jail for 30 days and have his probation extended to almost the end of the year.

While many think that the judge overreacted, it’s clear that Chad picked the wrong time to make light of his situation. Despite all that, it seems he’s taking responsibility for himself and keeping it positive. Or at least that’s what we think he’s doing after he posted the following message on Twitter this week:

Love me through the good and the bad because I’m gone love you regardless… See you in 30…

And that my friends, is the last thing he posted on Twitter. You know, sometimes I want to feel bad for Chad. He actually seems like he could be a good guy who just keeps getting caught up in mess, and now his career is in jeopardy and his life has been drastically changed because of it. But alas, such is life. He’ll live and he’ll learn.

Well, see you in 30 bruh…

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