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Chris Brown Shares the Good, Bad and the Ugly in Upcoming Documentary ‘Welcome to My Life’ Hitting Theaters in June

Chris Brown definitely lives somewhere between “psychotic and iconic,” and apparently, he’s bring his life story to the big screen this June.

Chris be trying, ya’ll. At least I’d like to think so. Undeniably one of the most talented entertainers, he just can’t get his life. For nearly a decade, he has become one of music’s most polarizing figures for taking L’s. Major L’s.

Making headlines from his past relationships with Rihanna, Karrueche and his juvenile outbursts, he lives uneasily on the edge of reckless abandon. But now, the Royalty singer is telling us all about it in his forthcoming documentary, Welcome to My Life.

In the 2 minute trailer, which was released last December, Brown speaks candidly about his past incidents that nearly ended his career. He shared the trailer again via his Instagram and noted the film’s release month. “I felt like a f–king monster,” he said. “I was thinking about suicide and everything else. I wasn’t sleeping. I wasn’t eating. I was just getting high.”

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Like, real life rockstars,” he continued. “It was like a fairy tale. I went from being on top of the world. Number one songs, being kind of like America’s sweetheart, to being public enemy number one.”

While Chris Brown tells it like it is, Jamie Foxx, Usher, Jennifer Lopez, Rita Ora and Terrence Jenkins offer up positive commentary on his talents and obvious star power. Fortunately for Chris, he’s also believer and refuses to let his baggage hold him back.

“If there was ever a doubt in your mind that Chris Brown was done, he was finished, I wouldn’t bet on it.”

Funny thing about baggage though, it tends to follow you. Chris was recently accused of assaulting a photographer in Tampa earlier this week (sips tea). But, tune into the trailer below.

Chris Brown – Welcome to My Life – Trailer from Riveting Entertainment on Vimeo.

Photo Credit: Getty/Jamie McCarthy