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Chris Brown Defends Performance at Boxing Match, Slamming Haters

May 4, 2010 (6:24 am) GMT
The singer who performed 'The Star-Spangled Banner' at the Saturday boxing match tweets, 'if there is no forgiveness, there is no change... im humbled by everything.'

Following his live performance at World Championship Boxing Match, received harsh criticism from people who claimed he promoted violent game during his probation after assaulting his ex-grilfriend . In response to that matter, the R&B performer took it to his Twitter to share his insight.

"thx for all the support from my fans...," he began his post. "Im human. how many of u r perfect???????? if there is no forgiveness, there is no change... im humbled by everything..." In another message, he stated that despite all the backlashes against him, he won't give up. He wrote, "if i wasnt somewhat sane and loved my fans and music so damn much i would give up.. but thats not why i was put on this earth... youll see!"

Chris Brown ended his post with a pray, "lord, let me find the strength to get out of my own way so that ur work can be done."

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