This morning, Chris Brown appeared on Good Morning America to promote his new album, F.A.M.E. GMA Co-anchor Robin Roberts who insists that she’s “pulling for the guy,” asked Chris some pre-approved questions regarding his infamous “mishap.” After Robin asked him about the recently relaxed restraining order against ex-girlfriend Rihanna, Chris responded:
It’s not really a big deal to me as far as that situation. I think I’m past that in my life, Today is the album day so everyone go get that album.
Although Chris attempted to redirect the pre-approved questions, Robin did her job as a journalist and brought up the 2-year-old domestic altercation. She continued the interview by asking him about the meaning of F.A.M.E. and how he has moved on since the incident. He responded:
Focusing on this album. This album is what I want people to hear and get into. This album is what I want them to talk about, not what happened two years ago.
The [music] enables me to escape and reach my fans. When you come to mainstream America and different places in the world, people want to always bring up the situation we are bringing up now. I think eventually, it’s about my fans, it’s not about that. I’m doing this for my fans so I could care less what everyone else thinks.
Following the tense interview, the GMA production team tells TMZ Chris went violently ballistic in his dressing room, shattered a window with a chair and intimidated a segment producer. [TMZ]
After rushing out of the building shirtless, Chris tweeted:
“I’m so over people bringing this past s**t up!!! Yet we praise Charlie sheen and other celebs for there bulls**t.”
He later deleted the tweet and added a new tweet:
“All my fans!!! This album is for you and only you!!! I’m so tired of everyone else!! Honestly!! I love team breezy!!”
News reporter Robin Roberts also took to Twitter to say a few things;
“Sure has been an interesting AM @GMA. Still sorting thru everything myself. Just my 2nd day on twitter, wonder what tomorrow will bring?”
Ultimately and unfortunately, this shows the world Chris’ “anger management” classes were practically useless. Apparently he doesn’t know actions are followed by consequences and jobs come with requirements. If you can’t handle the consequences, think before acting; if you can’t deal with the job’s requirements, change professions.
Personally, I was never sold on his “recovery” or maturity. Being surrounded by a team of “yes men” and a mother that caresses your cocky demeanor can’t be beneficial. Until someone in his circle grows the balls to tell him to grow up, expect more violent outbursts.
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