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Chris Brown has endured a rough couple of years. From his infamous domestic altercation with Bajan beauty Rihanna to his stint in rehab, and most recently the 131 days spent in jail. Following what seem to be several misguided choices, Brown is ready to get his life back on track.

Days after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor assault in D.C., the Virginia native received a positive probation hearing. Following the hearing, Brown opened up to Billboard magazine. Here is what the “New Flame” singer had to say:

“I realize that what I do for a living opens my life to public scrutiny and that I have a responsibility to everyone because of that exposure,” Brown tells Billboard. “I can say that I am only human and I have made mistakes. I can say that I try to live my life in the most true, honest way that I can. I am not perfect, no one is. No one is harder on me than me. No one can please everyone. No one can live in the past and expect to grow. I have been moving forward and hope that I am not defined by just a few moments in my life but all of the moments that will make up my life.”

Purchase the magazine to read the exclusive interview. Brown shares his thoughts on Rihanna, time spent in prison and his upcoming album, “X.”

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  • Lady B

    I am rooting for Chris Brown. I really hope he gets it together

  • Fifi Gongon

    I have no sympathy for him.

    • NOoooo

      I am soooo sorry my computer froze and when it unfroze as i was pressing my mouse repeatedly like mad, It clicked on the report button! I’m sooo sorry. Clutch please ignore the report warning sent to you.

  • I mean

    No I am not perfect. But I keep my hands to myself.

  • Datruth

    You can tell he has a lot of demons to deal with. Me saying this is not condoning his behavior nor am I a fan of majority of his music. But I think instead of bashing a person we need to lift them up in prayer. I wish there were people in the world who saw beyond the physicality of the things and lift people up in prayer the way CB needs prayer. As a community this is what we should be doing the condemnation and judging is not our place. That is the Lord’s. So people need to stop playing His role and just get on their knees and pray for this young brother’s spirit and that God watches over him and gives an overflow of mercy and favor in his life and that in time he is spiritually open in taking God’s wisdom and putting it into action.