Chris Brown is tired of the past and he let people know it this morning, but did he go too far?
Chris made an appearance on "Good Morning America" where he was scheduled to perform 2 songs and promote his upcoming album F.A.M.E.. Unfortunately, Chris only made it through one song and his interview before leaving the studio.
During his interview with host Robin Roberts, Roberts jumped right into a number of questions about Brown's 2009 arrest for the savage beating of his then-girlfriend, Rihanna. She mentioned that the restraining order that resulted from the incident had recently been relaxed, to which Brown responded: "I mean, it's not really a big deal to me now, as far as that situation, and I think today's the album day, that's what I'm focused on."
When asked what the acronym in the album name stands for, Brown said, "Forgiving all my enemies, and definitely, fans are my everything. That meaning, being able to go through everything I went through and show my fans that I love them."
Roberts then attempted to ask a follow up question in which Brown tried to shift gears back to his album. According to TMZ, after Brown finished performing, he stormed to his dressing room, shattered a window, and then was seen leaving ABC's studio without his shirt, all without completing a second scheduled performance. Watch the interview here.
Brown is scheduled to perform two songs on "Dancing with the Stars" next week. We can't help but wonder if his performance will be canceled.
Chris Brown's new album, F.A.M.E. is in stores today.
When is it appropriate to stop bringing up someone's past?
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