Chris Brown Claims He Is Not A Monster

Chris Brown Claims He Is Not A Monster
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The singer talks about Rihanna and his latest album. For 30 seconds.

R & B singer Chris Brown is setting the record straight about the alleged beating of ex-girlfriend Rihanna and promises he’s here to stay.

In his first public statement in weeks, the singer said via a YouTube video lasting less than a minute (who needs press conferences anymore?) that, "We ain't going nowhere. Everybody that's haters, they just been haters. All my real fans, I love you all. I ain't a monster."

Nevertheless, Brown says little more about the subject. He goes on to talk about his upcoming album, Graffiti and when his next single is being released.

"New album going to be coming soon, we’re working on it right now… Called Graffiti," Chris said. "It’s got everything on it, you know what I’m saying, y’all be ready for that."

We’re not jealous of Chris' publicist right now. He is accused of assaulting pop singer and then-girlfriend Rihanna before the Grammy Awards. Read: Rihanna Injuries Reported As Extensive

Brown has pleaded "not guilty," and could face up to five years in prison if convicted.Read: 16 Reasons To Date A Convict

Though Rihanna originally stayed with Brown after the alleged abuse, she eventually broke things off with the star.  For her part, Rihanna has said she "would be pleased if this were over quickly."

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