Chris Brown Publicly Apologizes for 'GMA' Outburst (VIDEO)
Chris Brown publicly apologized for his backstage Good Morning America tantrum during an interview on BET's 106 and Park on Wednesday.
Chris, 21, reportedly threw a violent tantrum in his dressing room at the Good Morning America studios on Tuesday because he was angry that GMA host Robin Roberts asked him a Rihanna-related question. Watch Chris' apology after the jump.
"First of all, I want to apologize to anybody who was startled in the office, or anybody who was offended or really looked, and [was] disappointed at my actions," Chris announced on 106 & Park. "Because I'm disappointed in the way I acted."
Brown also asked his fans to stop sending Robin negative messages over Twitter, proclaiming that he is all about promoting "love."
Watch Brown's apology below.
Robin and GMA producers announced that they would not be pressing charges against Chris and publicly stated that they "wish him the absolute best" and want him to return to the show. While some viewers (like the World News hosts above) found Robin's words "gracious" other critics slammed the show as "pandering" to the singer and enabling his violent behavior.
Watch the GMA interview with Chris below.
Chris pled guilty to felony domestic violence charges after beating up then-girlfriend Rihanna after a Grammys pre-party in 2008. Chris is currently serving out a 5 year probation term and recently completed a court-ordered anger management class.Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr for the latest celeb news and photos!