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Chris Brown Good Morning America Meltdown (WATCH): Too Far?

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What a day for Chris Brown!

Not only is the singer making headlines for the release of his new album F.A.M.E but he’s also causing a media stir after it was announced he had an off-camera meltdown after his appearance on Good Morning America this morning.

Just before flying off the handle, Brown – who most of you will remember was charged for beating up Rihanna in 2009 – sat down for an interview with GMA’s Robin Roberts. Throughout the interview, Roberts kept bringing the conversation back to Chris’ past behavior, which didn’t sit so well with him.

Chris remained composed during most of the interview, insisting to Robin that he’s moved on and is trying to move past his actions from 2009 but after the cameras stopped rolling, Brown reportedly trashed his dressing room, threw a chair through the window (which resulted in shards of glass falling on the New York street below), ripped off his shirt and stormed out of the building.

Someone who’s trying to convince the world that they no longer have anger issues and have learned to control their actions probably shouldn’t have a full-blown, public meltdown that involves throwing objects and putting others in danger – just sayin.’

Despite his antics, many of Brown’s fans showed their support on Twitter.

So, we have to ask: Were Chris’ actions today out of hand or did GMA deserve to have their dressing room trashed for asking such intense questions during an interview?

We’ll leave that one up to you…

Here’s the interview that sparked Chris’ outrage today…Are Robin’s questions out of line?

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