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Chris Brown's Dad Speaks Out

Chris Brown's Dad Speaks Out

Chris Brown‘s biological father is opening up about the altercation between his son and Rihanna.

Clinton Brown, a 44-year-old corrections officer, tells People, “He’s reflecting on this situation. He’s very remorseful. He’s very concerned about the situation and he wants to make sure that [Rihanna's] okay. This is unfortunate, this stumble, this situation. Hopefully, he will get past it. We all have our shortcomings. We all trip… This music industry is very unforgiving when it comes to having indiscretions. He will continue to be a good person. He loves people. And like most of us, most humans, things will occur. And hopefully a person won’t be judged simply on that alone.”

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218 Responses to “Chris Brown's Dad Speaks Out”

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  1. 1
    live love laugh Says:

    can chris speak for himself?

  2. 2
    Nadinee Says:


  3. 3
    sarah Says:

    sorry this won’t do it,! he is a loser, i will never look at him the same way. I’ve been through abuse myself in the past.. Its very typical for the him to show remorse , however it wil continue, until the relationship is over. I hope RIRI wont take him back, cause the abuse won’t end.

  4. 4
    Anonymous Says:

    no sane “human” would do such a thing. it disgusts me. he can make escuses as he pleases. he will never be looked at the same through my eyes. oh; and “concerned” enough to go to vegas for the weekend? it shows. KARMA.

  5. 5
    Jack Says:

    Sick guy. He needs counseling so he won’t reoffend.
    Jail time too.

  6. 6
    laura-c Says:

    Chris needs to speak out. It seems like he’s just wishing this all away by not talking. With all these people talking it does make what Chris did to be right, they are trying to play off his temper like it’s apart of him and we have to accept it.

    He probably will get on and say he’s sorry and that he didn’t mean it, the whatever got out of hand and he just lost his temper and he would never do it again.

    Right. Talk with your mouth and not with your fists.

  7. 7
    JustTripping Says:

    His young, immature, hopefully he learned his lesson. We all make mistakes.

  8. 8
    ma74 Says:

    “This music industry is very unforgiving when it comes to having indiscretions”. This is not a “stumble” or a “shortcoming”.Come on, he hit a woman.This is not some minor thing. This doesn’t happen to everyone

  9. 9
    jolly Says:

    rihanna deserves what happened to her. she’s mean to the people who work for, work with her. talk about karma….

  10. 10
    anon Says:

    guys, its not like Chris feels GOOD about hitting a girl. he’s probably really sorry for it. yes, beating a girl is wrong but theres two sides to every story. just dont expect him to speak out about it yet, he just need time to think.

    jolly: that is horrible. no one deserves to get beaten.

  11. 11
    Erica Says:

    Of course Chris didn’t mean for any of this to happen. Look at his history. He’s no woman beater. But because he’s black, these companies took away his sponsors. He’ll be back. So lick the black behind our backs.

  12. 12
    jacqueline Says:

    yes we all make mistakes but some mistakes are much more serious than others
    this is not just an ordinary mistake, this is serious
    its really hard for me to believe he is a good person after what he has done

  13. 13
    W Says:

    Ok, it’s true that this industry hounds everything that they do.
    But honestly he’s protecting his son like he’s done nothing
    wrong. I don’t care if he was some normal guy on the street
    it doesn’t make it ok to hit someone. We all DO trip but this
    isn’t something that we see and say, “Oh well we all make
    mistakes.” NO because HE ABUSED someone A WOMAN!
    And that’s not ok.

  14. 14
    Anon Says:

    Wow. I guess his PR people finally got someone in the family to show some remorse. I guess this is the closest we’ve got to a half-assed apology. Not good enough.

    Time for Baby Boy to man up. He chokes a woman until she blacks out, beats and blackens her eyes swollen shut, busts her nose and splits her lip and tries to literally beat her brains out. He is shouting, “I’m gonna kill you” and the 911 operator can hear her screams. He puts her in the hospital. He gets a celebrity lawyer, goes in the back door of a police station, spends less the 45 minutes and takes a private jet to Las Vegas for a week. His father says, “He will continue to be a good person.” Yeah. I mean, WTF. It’s right and totally expected that your own father and your family would support you. I guess Chris also “$$upports” them. Chris needs to be in jail. He is headed in the direction of O.J. All week, on his private facebook page he’s not been very “remorseful.” He and his “posse” have been saying and spreading horrible, ugly things about Rihanna. As if that should excuse what he has done. Now, he ‘s just a phoney trying to stay out of jail.

  15. 15
    boogie Says:

    “And hopefully a person won’t be judged simply on that alone.”

    …….like what he did ……is inexcuseable !

    no one should be hit regardless.

  16. 16
    Anon Says:

    How’s he gonna learn his lesson from this if there is no consequence. He has to pay a price. I don’t mean losing endorsements. I mean a personal price. If Chris Brown had beaten Carrie Underwood, what do you think he would be doing right now? Would he be hanging in Vegas with a new woman and his buddies? Would all these celebrities be so quiet about taking a stand on this?
    People get so defensive because the media and law enforcement has always been prejudiced against minorities. But this is Black on Black crime. Yes. What he did was a crime. How childish is it to think he can just say, “Sorry” and walk away.

  17. 17
    Maria Says:

    good Christ! his father is a corrections officer? well, his son is a woman beater. he should know a criminal. what a shame his son is one.

    Chris won’t get any sympathy from me. too bad i have his songs. no more buying his tunes. i don’t support domestic violence. i don’t support woman beater. good riddance!

  18. 18
    Susan Says:

    Who in the hell is this guy kidding? Of course he’s going to be judged on his actions. You don’t beat on someone and expect everything to go away because he feels remorseful. This will hurt his career for a long while and possibly for good and tell me what woman will want to be with a man that has done this? I hope he gets to “reflect” on this situation in jail. Maybe then he will learn that domestic violence is wrong and it’s obvious he hasn’t if this is his second go around.

  19. 19
    Maria from sydney (oz Land) Says:

    Come on CHRIS, don’t you have a mouth, well you better start talking, even if it is just to apologize to Rihanna and the public, media, who ever. You better do it quick smart if you care about your career as you have given yourself a bad reputation over this incident. Yes we are all humans and sometimes we do stupid things but come on you had the world at your finger tips. My son idolizes you, you have to be a better role model for these young kids, so fix this or you will lose lots. Also seek help for anger issues. God Bless You.

  20. 20
    MYKMICKS Says:

    If one has made mistakes, lets do our part then( Public) – NOT to JUDGE others action.

    There may be some issues between the two of them that time that provocation resulting to violence then. Whatever issues was that only the two of them could resolve it.

    Will just wait , time comes when Rihanna & Chris are ready to speak out for themselves.

  21. 21
    matt Says:

    Well when Christopher walks around with got milk and sugar free gum ads in his back pocket, and tons of young adults admiring his person, I think it is COMPLETELY fair for him to be judged on these actions and these alone. It was a tiny insight into the person behind the product and its about time everyone knows he’s not as pretty as he may seem. Get over the game.

  22. 22
    sarah Says:

    There’s no excuse for a 19 year old boy to beat up his girlfriend. I hope they lock this worthless piece of trash up, and hopefully he’ll get a taste of his own medicine in jail.

  23. 23
    ogal Says:

    “indiscretions” ..oh please, his son is an abusive a$$ who better get some jail time and hopefully his career is over, coz i’ll never look at him the same way again.

  24. 24
    Shakira Says:

    We have not heard it from Chris yet. Isn’t it a bit ironic that Chris is all manly man when he is beating on a woman but he needs his Daddy to speak for him afterwards. Chris himself has not shown any remorse. None at all.

  25. 25
    Matt Says:

    Please….Chris Brown was always a hood rat, a lowly ghetto dude with no real education. You can see it in his face, in the way he looks.

    It’s Rihanna’s fault for slumming it with this loser to begin with (not that she deserved such treatment mind you, but what was she thinking?!).

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