Chris Brown Apologizes for ‘GMA’ Tantrum
Chris Brown is ready to make amends for his violent outburst earlier this week at ABC's 'Good Morning America.' While promoting his recent release 'F.A.M.E.' on Wednesday (March 23) at BET's '106 & Park,' the troubled singer explained how he lost control of his emotions and apologized for his outlandish actions.
The blonde performer began making amends by addressing employees who may have been frightened by his tantrum. "First of all, I want to apologize to anybody who was startled in the office or anybody who was offended or really looked and [was] disappointed at my actions," he said. "Because I'm disappointed in the way I acted. Yes, I got very emotional. And I apologize for acting like that."
He continued by explaining that he felt that the morning show took advantage of his domestic dispute with Rihanna and tried to use him for ratings. "I felt like, 'OK, they told us [no Rihanna questions] just so they can get us on the show so they can exploit me," he explained. "You know, that's what I thought. I kind of took it very, very hard. And I kept my composure throughout the interview, although you could see me upset, you know. I kept my composure and did my performances, and when I got back, I just let off steam in the back."
Brown's highly publicized incident stemmed from several questions asked during his interview with Robin Roberts, which was followed by a performance of his hit 'Yeah 3X.' Once the cameras stopped rolling, he went backstage and unloaded, breaking a window with a cooler, removing his shirt and exiting the premises. ABC stated that they would not press charges for his behavior.