Chris Brown doesn't want to answer any more questions about the incident two years ago with Rihanna after the Grammys, and he made that clear Tuesday morning on "Good Morning America."
The singer was at "GMA" to talk about his new album, "F.A.M.E" (Forgiving All My Enemies), which dropped today, but he was taken aback when reporter Robin Roberts started asking questions about Rihanna's restraining order against him being lightened. The star tried his best to redirect the interview toward his new album. At one point he told Roberts, "Definitely this album is what I want them to talk about and not about something that happened two years ago."
According to TMZ.com, the singer stormed out of the station and screamed through the hallways until he got to his dressing room. Once in the dressing room, Brown smashed a window, tore off his shirt and proceeded to exit the building.
On his way out of the building, he confronted a segment producer and stared him down. The two were pulled apart by "GMA" staff.
This all comes as a bit of a shock, especially since Brown boasted in December about finishing his domestic violence classes. Even the judge praised his efforts to become a better man. His album may stand for "Forgiving All My Enemies," but I wonder if the public will forgive Brown for this outburst?
Yes, the incident with Rihanna did take place two years ago. Because of the amount of attention it received, sad to say, questions about it will always come up.
Breezy needs to learn to better control his feelings because outbursts like this can discredit all of his hard work.
Check out the video, below, of the interview that sparked Brown's anger: