Back in December 2016, Chris Brown talked about his documentary and the Rihanna incident and felony charges.
In an interview Friday, Brown made it clear he’s moved on with his life, and the media should too. “I feel like my opinions vocally can be misconstrued but you can’t ever deny the talent or the music that comes behind it. I would rather withdraw on trying to prove myself or apologize for a mistake I made when I was 17. I’m 27. That’s 10 years ago. I’m pretty sure 10 years ago, you might have done some s–t where you were like, ‘Damn, I’m a bigger person,’” he said. “Nobody wants to have that stigma for the rest of their life but in retrospect I could give a f–k about that stigma at the end of the day. I know my positive lane, I know my positive objective. That’s why my music has always transcended as well as the fashion.”
Also, Brown’s fans will get a more in-depth look at his days (and nights) when the Andrew Sandler-directed documentary about Brown “Welcome to My Life” debuts early next year in 300 theaters. “As humans, we limit ourselves by insecurities whether it be the insecurities that are parents put on us because of their protective fears. They don’t want us to make the same mistakes that they did, or peer pressure from kids in college and school that you have to want to be accepted. Everyone is looking for acceptance or love — everybody,” he said Friday. “It’s on us as people to see past the blemish that people might put on other people whether they’re overweight, pretentious, cocky, arrogant, racist — whatever it is — all of that stems from fear. Everybody wants to be loved and accepted. My goal is to transcend that and show people, ‘They may break you down, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop.’” I’m sure Michael Jordan wasn’t the best when he started but he didn’t let the ‘no’s’ stop the ‘yes’ that was inside of him.”
Chris Brown finally announce the date when his documentary drops… in June.
Are ya’ll watching or nah????