Chris Brown lifted his fourth album, F.A.M.E., to a No. 1 debut on the Billboard 200 albums chart, selling 273,346 copies on its first week of release, doing better than his last album “Graffiti”, pushing out just over 100,000 copies in its first week for a No. 7 opening.
His N. 1 landing on the charts led him to apologize for his violent behavior on television. Chris Brown, known to the news for having savagely beaten Rihanna at the time of their love story, went on a rampage when a reporter for the program “Good Morning America”, pressed on that old, ugly story.
Breezy went out of patience and destructed the backstage, which was definitely understandable.
“I want to apologize to all the people who were offended by my behavior because I myself am very disappointed by my reaction. I tried to stay calm all the time, but I broke out. I felt used and exploited. I did not physically harm anyone, but I needed to pull me out of anger that smoldered inside, so I vented with objects”, he said.
According to the release of Brown, his manager had made it clear that the interview would have focused on the new artist album, “FAME”. But those of ABC deny, indeed, the journalist who interviewed the singer, Robin Roberts defended herself and said she warned in advance about the questions about Rihanna and the arrest.
Despite the damage to the TV studio, the ABC decided not to denounce Brown, indeed, invited him to return to “Good Morning America” when ever he wanted.
Congratulations #TeamBreezy, Breezy thanks you all ALOT!!!!