Celebrities showed up to support the premiere of Chris Brown’s rarely expected documentary, Chris Brown: Welcome To My Life.
The documentary sum some of the many revelation events of Brown’s life such as the barbarous Rihanna incident. It premiered in Hollywood and will only be in theaters for one day, Jun 8.
Stars like Diddy, Bill Bellamy, Kid Ink and Jhene Aiko were in attendance.
Hip Hollywood chatted with Brown during the premiere as he non-stop up about what viewers will see on it – his flaws.
“I just had to learn my life, and live my life. we can’t just know it all,” he said. “We all not means with meaningful everything. So we consider my imperfections, I’ve schooled to be ok with them. How we internalized it and how we lived my life, it’s all about training you know and making my life better than other people that demeanour up to me.”
One person who positively looks up to him is his daughter, Royalty.
“She is my life,” Brown added. “She’s a partial of my life in all aspects. we suspicion music was at first, she’s series one and then it’s music so we wanted to bring her here to show her, we dunno that daddy’s cool.”
Stars like Mary J. Blige, Jennifer Lopez, Rita Ora, Usher and Jamie Foxx make appearances in the documentary. The trailer reveals that the film focuses on the highs and lows of his fame.
Brown pronounced he went from “America’s sweetheart,” to “public rivalry series one” after the barbarous incident, in which he pounded his former girlfriend, Rihanna.
“I felt like a monster.”
His mom said, “That was the misfortune day of my life and substantially the misfortune day of his life.”
Brown certified he even contemplated holding his own life. But he added, “If there was ever a doubt in your mind that Chris Brown was done, that he was finished, we wouldn’t gamble on it.”
Check out the teaser below.