Don't tell on me, Rihanna

Chris Brown has spoken about Rihanna’s decision to talk in public about her assault at his hands, and he doesn’t like it one bit. Brown has said that he wished that she hadn’t spoken about the details of what happened the night he beat her black and blue live on television and in a magazine, and that it remained a private matter.

‘He had no soul in his eyes, just blank,’ Rihanna told Good Morning America. ‘He was clearly blacked out. There was no person when I looked at him. I was bleeding, I was swollen in my face. There was no way of me getting home. My next option was for me to get out of the car and walk, so I started walking in a gown and a bloody face.’

Eight million people watched that interview, and while he has repeated that he has no problem with her right to tell her side of the story, he would prefer that she didn’t. He also reiterated his regret at his actions.

‘While I respect Rihanna's right to discuss the specific events of February 8, I maintain my position that all of the details should remain a private matter between us.

‘I do appreciate (Rihanna’s) support and wish her the best. I am extremely sorry for what I did, and I accept accountability for my actions. Abuse of any kind is always wrong. The rest I leave it to God.’

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