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Chris Brown Speaks On Rihanna Incident In Chris Brown: Welcome To My Life Documentary

Chris Brown has released his documentary, Chris Brown: Welcome to My Life, on digital platforms where fans can witness him recounting his domestic incident with Rihanna. In the film, Breezy speaks on their relationship and how they met, saying, "I just think we were like the perfect and bad combination." Brown then reveals that he first met Rih when he was 15-years-old at a New York City radio station concert. Brown was intrigued by her beauty and her accent, and decided to approach her. They formed a friendship, which later developed into a relationship.

However, Chris goes into detail about breaking Rihanna’s trust after confessing to having sex with another woman prior to the relationship after denying that he did. Brown said, "My trust totally was lost with her. She hated me. After that I tried everything. She didn’t care, she just didn’t trust me after that. From there, it just went down hill because it will be fights. It will be verbal fights, physical fights as well, mutual sides."

  • He continued, "This is the first I get to say anything and like I said, I still love Rihanna but I’m just gonna to be honest. We would fight each other. She would hit me and I would hit her. It never was okay."
  • On the actual assault incident, Brown says he let Rihanna look through his phone because he had nothing to hide. There, she discovered a text from the woman he denied sleeping with and got upset. The two fought one another in the car, and Rih pretended to throw his cars keys out the window. Rih was actually sitting on the keys, as Chris was searching through someone’s yard looking for them. Chris says Rih then yelled out the window for help and said that Chris was trying to kill her. He proceeded to take his things out of the car and told her she can drive herself home.
  • Chris Brown: Welcome to My Life was released in select theaters back in June.
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Families Of Ariana Grande Manchester Concert Bombing Victims Will Each Receive $324,000

Ariana Grande raised a substantial amount of money from her We Love Manchester Emergency Fund for the families of the 22 victims who were killed in the horrific attack in May. The fund announced that it will be giving each of the families $324,000.

"The payments will ensure the families benefit from the phenomenal outpouring of public support following the attack," a press release from the fund reads. The fund’s chair of trustees, Councillor Sue Murphy, said in the statement, "The city and the world responded with such extreme kindness, generosity and solidarity in the aftermath of the Manchester Arena attack."

People from around the world donated over $23 million, which included the proceeds from Grande's One Love Manchester benefit concert which took place on June 4th, weeks after the terrorist attack. In addition to the concert – which featured performances by Grande, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Chris Martin, Miley Cyrus, Imogen Heap, and others – Grande donated proceeds from her recordings of "One Last Time" and Judy Garland’s hit "Somewhere Over the Rainbow."

In the fund’s statement, Murphy added that the organization will be carefully determining how to "distribute the rest of the funds." So far, families have received approximately $90,000 and free counseling.

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