March 28th, 2011
Either Chris Brown’s potential publicity stunt last week on Good Morning America worked like a charm, or people are really supportive of his new album, and mind his whole personal life. Maybe it’s a little bit of both.
Brown’s new album F.A.M.E. looks like it will be at the top of the charts this week. Even with his outburst after his Good Morning America interview the album according to Billboard is planned to sell between 250,000 and 300,000 copies in just the first week. Chris Brown apologized on 106 & Park after his Good Morning America incident to his fans and those that were affected by his anger. He said that he just needed to get out the anger that was inside him.
Brown’s album success will surely surprise many experts who thought that his outburst would have affected the sales of his album. This will be the first time that Chris Brown debuts an album in the #1 position. He has had previous albums at #2, #4, and #7.
No one was hurt in the incident at Good Morning America earlier last week. Brown was upset during the interview because he claims that Robin Roberts did not stick to the topics that he agreed to speak about. Roberts tells interviewers that he agreed that the interview would include questions about his past case involving Rihanna. He was previously ordered to complete a domestic violence prevention program as part of his probation.
Brown’s new album titled F.A.M.E. stands for two things, Forgiving All My Enemies, and Fans Are My Everything. Even with the outburst on Good Morning America, Brown has been invited back in the future. Robin Roberts said that they wish him the best and hold no grudges.
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