He wants to work with an anti-domestic violence charity…
Chris Brown has insisted he has begun a new chapter in his life and isn’t anything like the violent, angry man he once was.
The Forever singer attended GQ’s Gentlemen’s Ball in New York and spoke to reporters about his new-found composure. “Everything’s good, I’m definitely – me personally and mentally – I’m a great guy now,” the 21-year-old said. “Definitely just a person who’s promoting positivity all the time, so that’s just me. New music coming real soon, I’m in the studio, back and forth, continuously, just having fun.”
Chris has also made moves to make up for his 2009 assault on Rihanna by offering his services to anti-domestic violence charity Man Up. The group’s founder, Jimmie Briggs, spoke very highly of the star: “I found Chris to be very humble, sincere, honest and clear about expressing an interest in working with Man Up or an organisation like ours.
“Chris is a young man, and he made a mistake. Some people may feel or not feel he hasn’t paid his dues, but he’s on a journey. We have to be supportive. My parting words to him were ‘Keep your head up’.”