Singer Chris Brown has apologized for his behavior at ABC's studios on Tuesday where he allegedly smashed the window of his dressing room with a cooler, ripped off his shirt and then stomped out into a hailstorm of new controversy. Brown's apology, however, was not made on Good Morning America , where he appeared -- and where co-host Robin Roberts invited him to return -- but on the BET talk show 106 & Park. Brown maintained that he became upset because producers of the show had agreed to a list of "talking points" that he and his team had submitted prior to the interview, none of which included any discussion of his violent relationship with ex-girlfriend Rihanna. "I felt like, OK, they told us this just so they can get us on the show so they can exploit me. You know, that's what I thought. I kind of took it very, very hard. And I kept my composure throughout the interview, although you could see me upset, you know. I kept my composure and did my performances, and when I got back [to the dressing room], I just let off like steam in the back." Nevertheless, he added, "I apologize for acting like that." In response, ABC News released a statement saying, "Chris Brown was invited on Good Morning America to perform and to be interviewed. There were no talking points offered."