Brown has rightfully faced a ton of criticism since the incident and probably lost quite a few fans as a result, but now the singer is getting to tell his side of the story.
In a trailer for C. Breezy's new documentary Welcome to My Life, the Don't Wake Me Up singer opens up about his feelings following his legal troubles and how he "felt like a f*cking monster." Brown even admitted:
"I was thinking about suicide and everything else. I wasn't sleeping, I wasn't eating. I just was getting high."
Ch-ch-check out the new trailer for the Grammy winner's new film (below) and share your thoughts on the rapper's evolution — or devolution — over the years!
The courthouse is about to become Chris Brown's second home!
According to legal docs obtained by TMZ, the rapper is currently in hot water for allegedly stealing a popular graffiti artist's brand. The artist in question, Andre Khazrei, claims that Breezy totally ripped off his signature graffiti name of "Konfused". Mr. Khazrei has held the nickname since 2003, way before Brown even came onto scene.
For those who don't know, C.B. has recently taken up tagging around El Lay under the persona of "Konfused". Naturally, it's quite easy to note the similarity between Andre and Chris' alter egos.
In Khazrei's decision to sue, he argues the singer is confusing the marketplace by taking on such a similar moniker, and is now suing for damages and is also requesting the poppa cease use of his trademark immediately.
To be fair, the Scream star was seen hanging outside the club and telling Jamie Cimino, a reporter for Brazilian portal UOL, that he didn't get tickets and that he was "gonna just try and listen on the radio." The actor also mentioned that he would see the reunited rockers at Coachella later this month.
Arquette's rep has since commented on the incident saying:
With Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising about to hit theaters, it's no wonder Chloë Grace Moretz is on the front page of a slew of magazines right now!
Of course, it also doesn't hurt that the teen starlet is super interesting and insightful, shedding even more light on those comments she made after Kim Kardashian West posted her nude, but censored selfie, for one.
Speaking with Glamour for their June issue, CGM again revealed exactly why she spoke out in the first place:
"I had just gotten off a plane from South Korea, I was incredibly jet-lagged, and I couldn't take one more thing. I saw that photo, and I had to say something. That picture wasn't linked to body confidence. It wasn't a #BodyConfidence or #LoveWhoYouAre. It was done in a slightly voyeuristic light, which I felt was a little inappropriate for young women to see. … I would hate for young women to feel they need to post certain photos in order to gain likes, retweets, favorites, and male attention.… I wasn't slut-shaming. It's not about body shaming."
And the 19-year-old continued, sharing her reaction when the reality TV starlet called her out: