I don’t hate Johnny Depp

I don’t know if you’ve all seen the latest interview with Johnny Depp. I’m all over the place with it. The interview itself was interesting, but I truly wished he would have taken more responsibility for his actions. I am tired of hearing he didn’t hit Amber in the video, so it’s not abuse. There are other forms of abuse.

Time to get personal here.

My father has never hit me, he spanked me a couple of times when I was younger, but nothing that I’d call abusive. HOWEVER, he is an alcoholic and oh my goodness the things names and text messages I’ve received over the years. If someone else saw them, they’d punch him up or be in complete shock as to why I even still speak too him. Like Johnny, I don’t think my father is evil. He has had a hard life, but it’s not an excuse to take it out on me. Also like Johnny, I don’t think my Dad is happy himself. I don’t think he gets any pleasure out of the abuse he hurls at me.

I like Johnny Depp, I just know that he could be a LOT better if he took responsibility for his actions and what he is doing. If he’s stupid fans could STOP hating on other people, because they want Johnny to do better…They can’t possibly have read that interview and thought “There’s a happy guy!”. If Vanessa thought he was so wonderful, why leave him? Women just don’t leave great guys, we just don’t, lol.

It’s okay not too be perfect. I don’t hate Johnny Depp, I don’t think that he’s a bad guy. I think he’s a lost soul and needs some guidance instead of people telling him that he’s wonderful a perfect. It doesn’t mean though he can got off.

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3 thoughts on “I don’t hate Johnny Depp

  1. I don’t think this was your intention but it really sounds like you’re making excuses for him. You don’t have to hate him to call him on his shit. And the fact that you said he’s not taking responsibility and you’re still (for lack of a better phrase) on his side is a part of the problem

  2. Johnny Depp like Brad Pitt are a couple of guys who have been privileged in their adult lives and can get away with things you and I couldn’t. They are not bad people just wayward.

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