" I really just wanted to get help,' he told Lauer. And while some of his recent antics, including getting into a bar brawl with fellow singer Drake and shouting out obscenities in nightclub, have been deemed as childish and immature, Chris said he realised that it might now be time to grow up.'It’s still like we’re kids.I try not to be too grown and be like, "Lets have candlelight dinner every night." I try to make sure everything is fun.
I did my 52 weeks of couselling and learned it was absolutely wrong.' 'It was domestic violence counselling. Every Monday in Virginia, I remember going, sitting in there thinking "why did I do what I did? The only thing I can do is please my family, myself and please her (Rihanna) and my fans.' 'I just tried my best to be the best man I could be over the years and just show her how remorseful and sorry I was for the incident and that time was probably the worst part of my life and being that she has and she’s a wonderful person I’m eternally grateful and thankful,' he said.
," "Kiss Kiss" and "Forever." In 2009, he physically assaulted his then-girlfriend, pop/dance star Rihanna, and found his songs dropped from radio.
Afterward, Brown rediscovered success on the music charts, earning a Grammy for his 2011 album, Singer Christopher Maurice Brown was born on May 5, 1989, in Tappahannock, Virginia.
Now he is hoping she will watch the documentary – you know the same one where he relives details of an event she most likely finds traumatizing.
A source told Hollywood Life: ‘Now that Chris [Brown]‘s documentary is more readily available for the world on Netflix, he hopes the most special person in the world to him gets to see the film, and that is Rihanna.’ ‘Chris is pretty sure that Rihanna has not seen the film yet, and he hopes that once she watches it, she will better understand how much he has grown, changed and matured since their relationship,’ the source, who is reportedly a friend of Chris, added.