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Chris Brown wants you to understand his complexities.

The controversial singer took to Instagram to express how he is feeling, at one point even admitting that he sometimes allows his flaws to get in the way of him being the best person he can be. He wrote:

I’m Konfuzed, I always thought I knew the concept of love. Fame and Money can get in the way of that. Most of my issues always deal with love and me being in my feelings. Not to mention me being a dog sometimes. I can’t speak for everyone but I can say that my actions contributed a lot to my karma. Being jealous and angry and controlling. There has been times where I looked in the mirror and hated the person I see. I talk to God a lot now. He’s given me so much and I feel like I waste his gifts becuz of my impulsive personality. The world is full of negativity and I feel I play a part in it becuz of the choices I’ve made or mistakes. I tend to accept the negative or the riff raff becuz I know what it’s like to be a young black “nigga” in America. I always see the good in people even when they don’t see it. I love others more than myself at times. Everything u see on the surface does not reflect what’s inside. This is my white flag. I surrender to life and all its blessings. I refuse to be petty and attention seeking. To know me is to love me. Good Bad UGLY! Sincerely, Konfuzed

What do you think? Is Chris going to finally change?

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12 thoughts on “Chris Brown Gets Emotional on Instagram

  1. Anon on said:

    Wow, he really seems to be maturing. I am very surprised. I hope he keeps on the right track. What he needs to do next is eliminate the people who enable/encourage him to stick with old bad habits. You cannot surround yourself with the same old negative partying fools and expect to become something other than a negative partying fool. Yes Chris, stop hanging with the “homies” who are only there to ride your coattails and benefit from your hard work.

  2. I’m glad to hear he’s acknowledging his flaws and he wants to work on himself and be a better person. He has to love himself before he can live someone else. I wish him much luck.

  3. A part of me has always liked me Chris Brown despite all of what he is done because I’ve been through it myself. Now I’ve never allowed my anger to hit a woman and the other extremes he has gone to but I did have a serious anger problem and indulged myself in the ways of flesh/became a sex addict etc. So with all that being said, to be honest, its almost like Dr.Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Until Chris gives his life over to God which its seems like he may finally becoming to the conclusion of, . this will keep happening. What he is failing to understand is, he is way beyond being able to control his addictions and actions on his own. The boy has demons no question, all those temptations are going no where and only when God changes his spirit will he be able to deal with all what is thrown at him/has access to 24/7 at such a high level. Which than may lead to what God may have had planned for him his life all along and that is to be in gospel.

    For those of you who know Montell Jordan’s story, samething. Some may say, how can you say this is apart of God’s plan, God isn’t for fornication, drugs etc. The thing is though, just because we don’t use the gift he gives us for our purpose at first doesn’t mean it still isn’t part of Gods plan. What God will do is allow you to go through the trials and tribulations when you step out there in the world and live that life so when you finally give your life over, what will keep you there is remembering the hell you came from. In a sense, you will appreciate all he provides, the peace and joy he gives that the world can never give. How pleasure and the world’s fame isn’t worth almost wanting to commit suicide(where as we see most celebs usually come to the conclusion of just to get a moment of peace from those constant demons. Some need that experience because.once you get into gospel, get saved etc, temptations become 10x harder because the devil is going to work 10x harder to bring you down.

  4. pchezz on said:

    Entering level of maturity. Introduction to fatherhood. A child will change and challenge your way of thinking about life and the future

  5. specialt757 on said:

    I was having a conversation just yesterday about this very thing. When I think about him, I think of him like I would a son. I would like to see young Mr. Brown save himself from himself. I wish he would go on sabbatical somewhere like the mountains of Tibet and do some soul searching and soul cleansing and some spiritual healing for no less than a year. I do not wish to see him hit “rock bottom” or go to jail because in actuality that could take years and then he would be a washed-up has been. He needs to leave all the comforts of his life behind, no entourage, and no money, alcohol, or drugs but especially SOCIAL MEDIA! Forget the fame and the music (which is straight garbage right now) and focus on being the person God created him to be, imo. God gave Chris amazing talents to entertain the world but also to glorify him. He is still so very young and has a lot of life left if only he would use his gifts for good and not this foolishness he keeps engaging. If I could write him an “open letter” this is what I would tell him. Get out of your own way, stop the insanity, and redirect your energy into the positives of life. Best wishes Chris.

    • I think he is too wrapped up in this madness now and can not see the forest for the trees. He does not want to appear “soft” at this point. Hope he doesn’t run him self in to the ground. Where is Mom, Dad, Uncles, Aunts, hell Cousins!

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