Chris Brown offered his first public apology for the chair and cooler throwing incident on Tuesday when he shattered a "GMA" window after an interview with Robin Roberts. Here's the full clip from "106th and Park." Go in four minutes and 16 seconds: ". . . I want to apologize to anybody who was startled in the office . . . "
And this of interest: He says that whenever he does shows or interviews "we send out talking points" and if the network doesn't comply with what he wants to do, "we usually back out."
He said the "talking points here were cool and creative . . . but as interview proceeded" they went off point. "I took it very, very hard . . . when I got back I . . . released the anger I had inside."
He noted, "I didn't hurt anyone."
Yes, "I got very emotional and I want to apologize for that."