Chris Brown has been in the press for all sorts of messiness these past few years, and now he’s ready to tell his own side of the story. The 26-year-old took to Instagram to debut the cover art for his upcoming documentary titled, “Welcome to My Life,” directed by Andrew Sandler and produced by Riveting Entertainment. The tagline featured on the cover reads, “He went from being America’s sweetheart to public enemy number one.” So if we’re interpreting that correctly, it seems Breezy is ready to set the record straight about his past controversies and troubled image.
During the course of his 12-year career, Chris went from being a charming young R&B sensation to a bad boy in his own right. His squeaky clean image was marred by the 2009 domestic incident involving his ex-girlfriend Rihanna. He’s also been in a slew of public disputes, beefs with other celebrities and child custody drama. Through it all, Chris has insisted that he’s more of a target than a threat, and pegs his run-ins with the natural pressures that come with fame.
No release date for the film has been confirmed, but we’re anxious to see exactly what kind of tea will be spilled.
SOURCE; Rap-Up | IMAGE CREDIT: Getty