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Chris Brown Apologizes for GMA Meltdown



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Chris Brown has apologized to anyone he startled after reportedly breaking a window ABC’s New York City studios after his appearance on Tuesday’s “Good Morning America”. He apparently became agitated at ABC’s Robin Roberts questioning him about his brutal beating of his then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009 – even though Chris Brown had previously approved the questions!

The “Forever” singer made his apology on BET’s “106 & Park” yesterday. He said that he “had to blow off steam and let out the anger” after the appearance, which he had planned as a promotional opportunity for his new album “F.A.M.E.”, not a chance for his critics to dwell on his past behaviour.

Maybe he doesn’t realize how some things stay with you, especially when a man beats on a woman.

Now, however, Brown admits, “I was disappointed with the way I acted.” He says he felt exploited and took it very hard. He is actually very proud of the fact he kept his composure while the interview was running.

“I got very emotional, and I wanna apologize for acting like that.”

The 21-year old singer also appealed to be calm and not send any negative messages to Roberts, and instead, “focus on the more positive things in life.”

Soon after he smashed the window, Brown was seen shirtless walking in the street outside the New York studio, shortly before Tweeting his anger at the hypocrisy of how differently he is treated to Charlie Sheen.

Brown said that the title of his new album, F.A.M.E., has a double meaning, standing for “forgiving all my enemies and fans of my everything”. Ermmm right. A few too many words there? And does Chris seem like the forgiving type?

One Response to “Chris Brown Apologizes for GMA Meltdown”

  1. Jane says:

    March 25 update: Chris Brown has allegedly been dumped by his publicist, Tammy Brook.

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