Admitting this was not the first time the two were physical, Brown punched her in the face.Though Brown said he did not mean to hurt her, his statement sounded like his biggest regret of the situation was the media found out.In his explanation, he spent more time blaming others than showing people how he has grown as a person.As one of the biggest names in music at the time, his reputation was destroyed after the pictures of Rihanna’s bruised face surfaced.If there was any hope for Chris Brown to win the hearts of the public over after the last five years, he made sure nobody will ever sympathize for him again in the new documentary, “Chris Brown: Welcome to My Life.” The artist has dug himself into a hole with his ignorant, self-centered personality that blossoms in this documentary.
Then -- 3 minutes later -- Chris Brown shows up and walks inside. We don't know if Chris and Rihanna interacted or if it was really awkward, but watch the video and judge for yourself.
When he and Rihanna were an item, they seemingly had the perfect thing going.
However, once word came out that Brown physically abused Ri Ri, a dark cloud was placed over the male singer's moral compass that he hasn't quite been able to escape in the years since.
Chris Brown's manager broke her silence Wednesday to deny she's sleeping with her teen client and shoot down reports she sent a racy text message that preceded Rihanna's brutal beating. Brown is that of manager and client," said Davis' lawyer Marshall Grossman. The rumors in circulation are false." He insisted that "there are no e-mails between Ms. Brown of the type which have been described in media reports." A music industry source said the texter's true identity remains a mystery - even to handlers on both sides of the alleged felony.
Tina Davis, 39, was identified by as the mysterious paramour whose text sparked an argument that cops say ended with Brown punching, biting and choking Rihanna. "Rihanna is just not talking to the people on her team. Everyone is waiting for them to clear up all the questions and reports.Ultimately, this documentary will affect the album sales of his upcoming record “Heartbreak on a Full Moon” — just not in the direction he was hoping.