Chris Brown Opens Up About His New Outlook on Life After Rehab
The brawl-prone singer, who was released Feb. 22 from a three-month stint in an anger management program, is getting rid of all the negativity and preaching some newfound mantras.
“Focused on my Recovery and Music,” he tweeted Thursday. “Nothing more, nothing less.”
Brown was first convicted of assaulting Rihanna in 2009, and since then has gotten himself embroiled in a slew of legal issues involving altercations -- from a fan run-in in Washington, D.C. to outside an L.A. recording studio with Frank Ocean and at 24-Hour Fitness with a random basketball player.
But the 24-year-old doesn't want to harp on the past. And prefers now to use his words, not his fists.
“Thinking negatively only ensures more negativity in your life," he wrote Wednesday. "It's ok to be upset and get angry. It's what u do with that energy that helps.”