Chris Brown Issues Public Apology, Explains GMA Meltdown, Addresses Team Breezy

While making his second visit to BET’s 106 & Park this week, R&B crooner Chris Brown spoke about the incident that occurred Tuesday morning while visiting Good Morning America. The R&B crooner, who says he’s “great,” kicked things off with a public apology when asked about the situation by host Terrence and Rocsi:

“First and foremost I want to Apologize to anybody who was startled in the office, anybody who was offended or really was disappointed at my actions because I was disappointed in the way I acted,” Brown says. “You know, a lot of people don’t know what went down. You know obviously when I do shows or when I do interviews we always send out like a talking points sheet. If the network or whoever isn’t compliant with what we wanna do so we can equally accomplish a goal, we usually kind of back out and wait till a better situation.”

Brown adds, “When we actually did this event, everything was cool, we were supposed to perform, the talking points were about positivity, creative and everything that was sent to me…it was about the album. So as the interview proceeded…I was thrown off by it, I felt like they told us this to get us on the show to exploit me…that’s what I thought, so I took it very very hard. I kinda kept my composer throughout the whole interview, even though you could see me upset and when I got back, I just like let off steam in the back. I didn’t physically hurt anyone, I didn’t try to hurt anyway, I just wanted to release the anger that I had inside of me because I felt like I worked so hard for this music and I love my fans and I love to be able to make positive music that I felt like people were trying to take away from me.”

“Yes I got very emotional and I apologize for acting like that. And I want to tell Team Breezy as well, If you love me, if you love the whole movement that we’re doing, all the music that I’m putting out, please know that everybody is beautiful, your beautiful, Robin Roberts…do not send any threats because I’ve been hearing stuff over Twitter…we don’t need that, we as a movement move as positive people, we love everybody.”

“Us as a generation of kids and adults, we need to take a stand and be more positive and kinda focus on the real issues in life.”

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