Chris Brown Says He Doesn’t ‘Have to Explain Any Lie’ in Video Addressing Rape Allegation

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The montage was filmed with Brown was in France, the place he was accused of rape.

Chris Brown had already adamantly denied the rape allegation lodged in opposition to him in Paris final week, however the singer addresses it once more in a minute-long video posted on Thursday (Jan. 31).

"My mother and grandma all the time mentioned: 'The Lord may give you a present and he can take it away.' I really feel like I don't have to clarify any bullshit or any lie that any person has been perpetrating...or portraying me as," Brown says within the video shared to his official Twitter account.

The visible opens with a montage of photographs from his video shoot in Paris, with pictures of the Eiffel Tower, a French flag blowing within the wind and photographs of Brown dancing in a studio and on town's streets over the sounds of his track "Foolish." Then, abruptly, the music cuts out and the sound of automobile brakes slamming cuts to information headlines in regards to the allegations, with Brown wanting pensive as he recollects his mom and grandmother's recommendation. "For me, it's like, alright, cool, I got here on the market to do a job and that's what I did," he says.

As a shot of Brown fortunately dancing with what seems to be like a cigarette in his mouth after which smiling as he seems to be at his telephone fills the display screen, the singer provides, "We're gonna shoot this motherfuckin' video."

Brown was detained in Paris and later launched on Jan. 22 on potential prices of aggravated rape and drug infractions after a lady filed a rape criticism in opposition to the singer and two members of his entourage. The Paris prosecutor's workplace mentioned final week that the investigation hasn't been closed, however that Brown was free to depart the nation whereas it continued.  

A lawyer for Brown submitted a defamation case in opposition to the accuser in Paris, searching for a prison prosecution for the "slanderous accusation."