Chris Brown tells Larry King he doesn't remember attack on Rihanna
If, for some reason, you care at all about Chris Brown, his career and his life after he was sentenced to five years' probation for punching, choking and biting his ex-girlfriend Rihanna in February, he has recorded an interview with Larry King to be broadcast on CNN this Wednesday. It's a good thing he's wearing a little preppie sweater and bow tie, because that will change our opinion of him.
Flanked by mom Joyce Hawkins and attorney Mark Geragos, the performer told King that the entire incident is a blur to him, and it's unbelievable to both he and his mother such a thing could even happen.
"Like, I just look at it, like, wow, like, I'm in shock, because first of all, that's not who I am as a person, and that's not who I pride myself on being, so I just, when I look at, like, the police reports, or I hear about the police reports, I don't know what to think. I just don't know what to think," Brown articulates in a preview for the show.
King then asks him if he remembers the attack, in which he smacked Rihanna's head against the car window, made her mouth fill up with blood and threatened "to beat the s--- out" of her when they got home: “No. I don’t; it’s like, it’s crazy to me, like, I’m like, wow,” he replies.
Wow, Chris. Just ... wow. He must have also forgotten previous reports that he had been violent against the Barbados native, and that he only pleaded guilty after being secured a sweetheart probation deal. Juice*heads, do us all a favor and ignore this interview so this woman-beater goes away.