Chris Brown Finally Breaks The Silence, ‘I Ain’t A Monster’
In a late-coming and brief comment rebutting the harsh stereotype attached to him following the alleged Rihanna assault, R&B music singer Chris Brown has made a brief comment to a video post breaking the silence stating to fans, “I ain’t a monster.”
While hanging out at NBA star Shaquille O’Neal’s house for a game of B-Ball, the R&B singer can be seen on video in front of a bowling lane announcing plans for a new album, a new song and making his brief statement against the harsh stigmatization of his character.
Brown states he’s working on a new album entitled “Graffiti,” possibly with another spelling, and will be releasing one of the songs off of the album this Summer.
“…I just wanna say what’s up? Cause I ain’t been out there in a minute, but, new album gon’ be coming soon. We working on it right now,” stated Chris Brown in his amateur webcam video.
“It’s crazy,” yells a voice that sounds like Bow Wow in the background off camera.
“It’s called Graffiti. It got everything on it, you know what I’m saying…. so y’all be ready for that. I’m about to drop a single this Summer for y’all,” the singer adds.
The Brown goes on to address haters saying, “So… we ain’t going nowhere. Everybody that’s haters, they just been haters. All my real fans, I love yall. I ain’t a monster.”
Bow Wow then comes in to view of the camera and says, “Believe dat.”
According to Bow Wow, via a Twitter message, Chris Brown, Chris Tucker and himself were all at Shaq’s house to play a game of basketball.
“Me c breezy shaq chris tucker bout to play ball at shaq house! Shaq in dis big ass semi truck! Dat sh-t crazy,” Bow Wow wrote Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Chris Brown has a hearing scheduled for Thursday, May 28, 2009, which the singer does not have to actually appear at. Brown faces felony assault charges and charges of making criminal threats.