'My actions contributed a lot to my karma,' singer claims
Chris Brown has apologised for his “mistakes” in a confessional Instagram post.
Brown made the headlines in 2009 after assaulting then-girlfriend Rihanna. He apologised yesterday (May 28) for “being a dog sometimes” in a long caption to an Instagram post that shows him lounging near a beach with his feet up.
Brown, who continues to receive plaudits at A-list awards ceremonies despite his history of violent abuse, claimed that “my actions contributed a lot to my karma”, admitting that there had been “times where I looked in the mirror and hated the person I see”. He added: “I talk to God a lot now.”
Read the full post, which has received over 330,000 likes, below.
Earlier this month (May 9), a woman was arrested and charged with breaking into Brown’s Los Angeles home.
Brown discovered 21-year-old Amira Kodcia Ayeb in his house on May 6 and posted a picture of her, since deleted, on Instagram. Brown described the scene he found, saying a “crazy individual” had broken in, “broken the hinges off the doors” and left “voodoo things around my crib.”
The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office has since confirmed that Ayeb has been charged with breaking into his home, stalking and vandalism. A police report states that she had been in the house for four days, having got into the property on May 2 while Brown was away. Brown’s cars were also damaged.
If convicted, Ayeb faces more than seven years in state prison.