Report: Chris Brown Leaps Into Hissy Fit on ‘GMA’ Set

Posted March 22, 2011 by J Matthew Cobb in News

During recent rant on GMA set, Chris Brown proves without a doubt that his previous management courses didn’t work

Seems like Chris Brown stands in need of anger management again. The nude photo leak weeks ago seems to be  the least of his problems right now.

While on his media blitz for his newly released album F.A.M.E., the pop/R&B singer “exploded in rage” on the ‘Good Morning America’ set after being asked a question about his 2009 assault on ex-girlfriend Rihanna.

After an interview with Robin Roberts, Brown returned to his dressing room and ranted in “violent outbursts.” Hair and makeup crew was concerned and summoned security to Brown.

“That wasn’t cool, man! That wasn’t cool,” Brown fumed, according to the New York Post, with a source adding, “He was ballistic. He was really mad. He was screaming and very upset.”

Then he took his rage to a nearby window in his dressing room with shattering glass falling onto the busy street below. When security arrived, according to sources, the angry superstar had stripped off his shirt and left the building in a huff, despite being scheduled for another performance  for the GMA website.

Brown’s history with Rihanna seemed to be heading in the right direction after making amends on Twitter, but tale-tell signs revealed a dangerous diagnosis after Brown expressed outrage over fans continuing to bring up his past with Rihanna.

During the interview (video above), Roberts questioned Brown about the assault after getting the green light from Brown before taping to tackle “a few questions” on the Rihanna subject. Brown, agitated and perturbed, reiterated to Roberts, “This album is what I want to talk about and not something that happened two years ago.” Roberts seemed to grow uncomfortable as Brown continued to plug his album while her questions were left unanswered.

According to TMZ, after the GMA taping Brown quickly took to Twitter to post a response. “I’m so over people bringing this past s**t up!!!” Brown fumed in a quickly deleted tweet following his “GMA” appearance. “Yet we praise Charlie Sheen and other celebs for there bulls**t.” The tweet has since been deleted by Brown.

The ladies at ‘The View” (also on ABC) spoke about the Chris Brown episode and paints an ugly picture for the comeback kid.

Tear up that certificate you got for the anger management classes you attended. It’s time to go back for Round 2.

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J Matthew Cobb

Managing editor of HiFi Magazine


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