Chris Brown Gets Candid About His Imperfections: “I’ve Learned To Be Ok With Them”
Chris Brown is giving fans an intimate look inside his life for the first time ever. Brown has amazed us with his talents and baffled us with his bizarre and sometimes violent behavior. Now he’s telling his own life story in a documentary titled Chris Brown: Welcome To My Life.
HipHollywood caught up with Brown at the world premiere for the documentary in theaters — one day only, June 8.
“I just had to learn my life, and live my life,” he said. “I can’t just know it all. We all not gifted with knowing everything. So I think my imperfections, I’ve learned to be ok with them. How I internalized it and how I lived my life, it’s all about learning you know and making my life better than other people that look up to me.”
And Chris admitted that his life certainly got better when he became a father to daughter Royalty, whom he brought as his date to the premiere.
“She is my life, she’s a part of my life in all aspects. I thought music was at first, she’s number one and then it’s the music so I wanted to bring her here to show her, I dunno, that daddy’s cool.”
Also in attendance were some of Brown’s close friends and family, including Diddy, O.T. Genasis, Bill Bellamy, Jhene Aiko and Kid Ink.