Sources say the performer was upset after being asked about the Rihanna situation.
With today's release of his album F.A.M.E., Chris Brown is busy making the promotional rounds. This morning, the singer stopped by Good Morning America for a performance and interview. But things didn't go as planned, with sources saying that CB stormed out of the studios in a fit of rage.
According to TMZ, Brown was interviewed by Robin Roberts live on-air after his performance. Roberts repeatedly asked him about the Rihanna incident, and Brown tried to redirect his answer. Back in 2009, both Chris Brown and Rihanna sat down with Robin Roberts for an exclusive interview about the incident.
After the interview, sources say CB stormed into his dressing room and was visibly upset. TMZ reports there was shattered glass in the room. Apparently, security was called, but Brown left the building before they arrived to the dressing room. On his way out of the building, Chris Brown ran into a segment producer and the two exchanged words and not-so-nice looks about the situation.
In the minutes following the interview, Brown tweeted "I’m so over people bringing this past sh*t up!!! Yet we praise Charlie sheen and other celebs for there bullsh*t!” The tweet was later deleted from his account.
Chris Brown appeared on 106 & Park last night to perform "Look At Me Now."