When it comes to the music world, Chris Brown has undoubtedly been the biggest lightning rod for drama over the past several years. Most recently, the troubled singer, sadly, found himself in the tabloids when four men broke into his California home and held his aunt at gunpoint while they raided his home. Although rumors have been flying that the robbery was orchestrated by Brown’s friends, the singer has, oddly, been silent on the speculation. But now he’s finally speaking out and explaining that he’s spoken with God about all of the drama.
In a surprising Instagram post from yesterday, Brown spoke to his 12 million followers and explained that he spoke to God about how to deal with the devil ruining his life.
“When u tired of the f—ing devil ruining your life and u hear God speak for the first time. No one knows what I deal with on a day to day,” Brown wrote.
The singer then explained that the weight of his stress and troubles are much worse than his fans (and his haters) know.
“The average man wouldn’t hesitate to blow his f—ing brains out but that’s the cowards way out … Most won’t understand the genius and beauty in change and learning and the people who have devilish intentions will win in the short term. My soul will always be pure of heart. What’s on the surface always looks like one big party but inside there is a little boy looking for help and guidance,” Brown wrote.
Brown then shared a vulnerable moment as he explained that his problems are often dismissed by the public.
“People say ‘be a man.’ Yeah, that’s right but it doesn’t take away any pain you really go through. I just wanna stay out the way and do music. Most importantly and great father. I don’t have any more patience for anything that will cause me to self destruct!!” he said.
Well, we can definitely understand and sympathize with Brown over his robbery. Nobody should have to go through such a terrible experience. But this isn’t the first time we’ve seen or heard him claim to be making changes in his life, only to see him walk down the same path of drama and violence. We’re not sure what it’s going to take for Brown to really do some much-needed reflection and clean up his life, but we genuinely hope he turns his life around to the point where tabloids finally have a hard time writing about him.