There might be hope for Chris Brown after all as the singer has finally discovered that hitting women is wrong.
Well it's taken a solid 23-years of brainstorming and experimenting, but Chris Brown has finally come to the conclusion that hitting women, in any capacity, is not a good idea. The R&B singer, whose troubled relationship with fellow pop star Rihanna prompted him to begin his investigation, detailed his findings on CBS' Today programme earlier this morning where he revealed his full hypothesis on whether hitting the opposite sex is a positive experience.
Chris Brown has finally come to the conclusion that hitting women is wrong
Brown caught up with Matt Lauer on Today to discuss his upcoming musical ventures and whatever horrendous activities he occupies the rest of his time with, when Lauer swooped in to ask the potentially dangerous question of what happened between Brown and Rihanna on Grammy night 2010. Last time an early morning presenter asked the singer about the incident, on Good Morning America back in 2011, it ended with him hurling a chair through a window. Clearly his findings had not advanced much by this point but we are happy to announce that now it seems his years of investigation have paid off.
The singer had this to say during today's edition of Today: "She [Rihanna] knows my heart and I know her heart. I'm not really focused on the negative, everything about it is positive for me. I did my 52 weeks of counseling and learned that it was absolutely wrong."
Next week, Lindsay Lohan learns that taking drugs is bad for you and Justin Bieber finds out that behaving like a spoilt brat while on tour makes people think you are in fact a spoiled brat.