Chris Brown is set to release a self-made documentary entitled “WELCOME TO MY LIFE” where he tells his side of the story regarding his past abusive relationships with famous singer Rihanna and actress Karrueche Tran.

The release date of the documentary is still unknown, but it is for sure to be directed by Andrew Sandler who directs and produces music videos for artists such as Mac Miller, G-Eazy, and Chris Brown.

The website created for the documentary describes it as a “COMPELLING DOCUMENTARY [THAT] MOVES BEYOND THE SPOTLIGHT AND PAST THE ATTENTION-GRABBING HEADLINES TO GIVE POP SUPERSTAR CHRIS BROWN A CHANCE TO TELL HIS OWN STORY.”

A chance to tell his own story… how different can his story be compared to his ex-girlfriends’ stories? The trailer for “WELCOME TO MY LIFE” features famous artists such as Usher and DJ Khaled, and it shows clips of them giving praises to Chris Brown, all claiming that “when they first saw him, they knew he was going to be legendary.”

The trailer also shows a clip of Terrence J talking about how great Chris Brown and Rihanna’s relationship was, possibly inferring that the abuse that happened in the relationship never existed.

He, the assailant himself, has turned himself in to police in 2009 when he had physically abused Rihanna in the duration of their relationship. Anyone would think that he knew what he’s done is wrong considering that he knew he had to right his wrongs and that he would rid himself of the temptations to hit a woman, but this was not the case.

Earlier this year, Karrueche Tran had filed a restraining order to keep ex-boyfriend Chris Brown away from her as she claims that he was abusive towards her when they were dating. She also claims that Brown had been sending her death threats, and her story has been backed up by her neighbour “Kay.”

The mere existence of Chris Brown is proof that male or female abusers are still hyped by the media despite their abusive past and present. He influences abusers to continue what they’re doing as he only shows that being abusive would only boost your career and whatever “talent” they claim to have will be praised by other artists who fail to see how much you need help and not fame.

We don’t know much about how his documentary will address his scandals, but it is certain that he will continue to paint himself as a “legend” by how the trailer portrays him as a “god” as so did the other celebrities shown in it.

Here is a timeline of Chris Brown’s History of Abusing Women

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