Chris Brown might say he's "working hard" to earn back Rihanna's trust, but his recent actions show otherwise.
The "Forever" singer went on an impromptu rant to the crowd during his performance at the Emerson Theatre in Los Angeles on March 7 — and it's a doozy.
"Every guy in this building has said one thing to their female. If you're not an insecure n***a and you let her have fun with her friends, I applaud you. You gotta say that one thing to her, and I made this s**t up," he said, launching into song.
"Don't make me have to tell you again, that that's my p***y baby! It's mine babe, babe, mine. Don't make me have to tell you again, that that's my p***y, baby. It's mine, girl, it's mine, girl, it's mine... so you better not give it away! So every person in this mother****ing building, if you got a bad b***h you better say that s**t to her, or she might f**k another n***a. Let's go turn it up."
He later told TMZ cameras that the song wasn't about Rihanna — it was just for fun.
"It's a song. It's a song. That's all it is," he claimed.
Uh huh, sure.
We're all for Rihanna doing what makes her happy — even if we really don't agree with it — but saying that he "owns" her? It just shows he hasn't really changed much since their infamous 2009 incident.
But, he's really, really trying to change.
“Sometimes you row, you fight, with the one you love and things get said, stuff spirals," he told the U.K. Daily Mirror. "That night was the deepest regret of my life, the biggest mistake.
"But she loves me — what can I say? I'm forgiven..."
Let's just hope Rihanna doesn't forget the past.
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