It Was Super Hard For Chris Brown After He Beat Rihanna, You Guys

It seems like every year Chris Brown is finally going to make a comeback by overcoming his past if overcoming your past means not learning a goddamn thing from it and making tone-deaf statements like, “It was really, really hard for me after I almost beat a woman to death.” So here’s Chris doing exactly that in Welcome to My Life: The Official Chris Brown Documentary because that’s something that exists in our world now, and why it deserves to perish in fire. PEOPLE reports:

Framed as a comeback and redemption story, the dramatic clip finds Brown, now 26, reflecting on his past and eying his future.
“I went from being on top of the world, No. 1 songs, being kind of like America’s sweetheart to being Public Enemy No. 1,” the R&B star says in the preview.
I felt like a f—ing monster. I was thinking about suicide, I wasn’t sleeping, I barely ate … If there was ever a doubt in your mind Chris Brown was done, he was finished … I wouldn’t bet on it.”

Normally, this is the part where I’d embed the trailer, but I’m not giving that bullshit any more views, so here’s a Key & Peele sketch that beats the ever-living fuck out of anything I’ve ever written about Chris Brown like it looked at its pho- why is everyone looking at me like that?

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