Chris "I just care too much" Brown released a video explaining the current situation surrounding his love life. Brown announced his split from girlfriend Karrueche Tran on Thursday and was spotted canoodling at a New York City nightclub with ex, Rihanna, earlier this week. The "Don't Judge Me" singer stars in a "Taxicab Confessions"-style clip by L.A. based director David Alan entitled "The Real Chris Brown" on Vimeo (Editor's note: This video contains explicit language), where he explains his predicament, interspliced with video footage of his rendezvous with both ladies.
"I'm a little drunk so I'mma be honest," C-Breezy tells the camera. "When you share history with somebody and then you tend to fall in love with somebody else, it's kind of difficult ... Is there such thing as loving two people? I don't know. I don't know if that's possible. But for me, I feel like that."
Rihanna admitted to still loving her ex in an August interview with Oprah despite their violent past, for which Brown is currently under probation. No official word from her camp regarding the video yet.
Thoughts on Brown's video? Are extremely public post-breakup over-shares becoming a trend for the newly single celeb set? Should Brown and Kristen Stewart commiserate together? Comment here.
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