Chris Brown wants his fans and the public to know that he's sorry for his actions at the "Good Morning America" offices where he blacked out following an interview and performance.
Less than two days after the incident that landed Brown on the front page of newspapers the embattled singer appeared on BET's 106 & Park talking about the situation in full detail.
"First of all I want to apologize to anybody who was startled in the office, anybody who was offended or really looked disappointed at my actions because I was really disappointed in my actions" Brown told show hosts Rocsi and Terrance. "A lot of people don't know what went down. When I do shows or I do interviews we always send out a talking points sheet and if the network or whomever doing the interviewing isn't complying with what we want to do so we can equally accomplish a goal we usually back out until its a better situation."
According to the F.A.M.E. singer the list of questioning surrounding Rihanna were not approved and caught him off guard.
"When we actually did this event everything was cool. We was suppose to perform, the talking points were positivity, creative, and everything that was sent to me, everything was about the album. So as the interview proceeded it was thrown off, i was kind of thrown off by it. I felt like they told us this so that they can just get us on the show just to exploit me. That's what I thought. And so I took it very, very hard. I kind of kept my composure throughout the whole interview although you can see me upset. I kept my composure and did my performance and when I got back I let off steam in the back. I didn't physically hurt anyone I didn't try to hurt anyone. I just wanted to release the anger I had inside me cause 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 kept, just trying to take it away from me, take away from me. So yes, I got very emotional and I apologize for acting like that."
Prior to Brown's words the GMA staff sent out a statement that they were looking forward to having him back on their show.
“We extended the invitation to him and we sure hope he takes us up on it,” co-host Robin Roberts said, “because we'd love to have another chat with him.”
Brown's apologetic interview left many of his fans in his corner.
'I don’t blame Chris for that one" commenter tr wrote.
"KEEP YO HEAD UP BREEZY" Donn also chimed in.
"Chris Brown is a lamea--, I do see how those questions would get really monotonous and annoying after a while tho" wrote Belize.
Chris Brown's F.A.M.E. album is in stores.