Chris Brown Tested The Blood From The Night He Beat Rihanna

HipHop News Posted on August 16, 2017 at 10:08am

Chris Brown Tested The Blood From The Night He Beat Rihanna

Chris Brown opens up about the night he assaulted his then-girlfriend Rihanna in a new documentary titled Chris Brown: Welcome To My Life. The R&B megastar explains that he met her for the first time when I was 15 years old at the backstage of New York, a concert and that their relationship soon blossomed into a "fairy tale."

Two years later, the fairy tale came to a screeching halt when Brown confessed that he had had sex with one woman in particular, before they were together, miss RiRi confidence. "From there everything went downhill," Brown said.

On February 8, 2009, says that a fight between the couple broke off in his Lamborghini after she went through his text messages and found a message from someone who was involved in the past. Brown says that the Barbados-born singer said that she hated him and began to hit him.

"I remember that she tried to kick me, but then really hit me with a closed fist, as I punched her," Brown said. "I have broken her lip. When I saw it, I was in shock. I was like, 'Fuck it, why the heck didn't hit me?' From there, she spat in my face ... like spitting blood in my face and that enraged him even more. It was a real struggle at the car."

Brown said he tried to calm the situation, but she was trying to pull his cell phone out of the window of the car. "She grabbed my neck and when I do, I really bite their arm as I'm driving," he continued. "It's like a small fight."

Towards the end of the interview, he explains that they were both in tears as he swore that he was telling the truth. After taking her keys, she stepped out of the car and shouted, "he's trying to kill me."

The rest is history. Brown was convicted of felony assault shortly after the incident and sentenced to five years probation. The photo of Rihanna injuries has been widely circulated over the years, something Brown still has difficulties to see.

"That's not me, brother," he says. "I hate to this day. That's going to haunt me forever."

See the full interview above.

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