Chris Brown: I Want to Know What Love Is

December 1, 2012 By:
Chris Brown: I Want to Know What Love Is

Watching Chris Brown learn how to truly love somebody is like watching Bambi learn how to walk for the first time.

Still, the R&B star seems committed to the enterprise. In a recent interview, Brown addressed the issue of his love life and revealed that he is very much an amateur in the game.

The confession comes in the December/January issue of XXL magazine.

"The perception seems as though I am a player,” said Brown. “But that's not true ... Love is something I am still learning. It's just an obstacle that I haven't yet mastered. I think that's my biggest hurdle in life."

In reference to his volatile and bad boy perception in the press, Breezy claims that fans and skeptics alike will notice a change in his demeanor moving forward.

"I haven't been as mature and thought out in the past, so, me growing now, it's showing my progression," he said.

The interview obviously proceeded his recent Twitter war with comedy writer Jenny Johnson. In the exposé, the artist claims he “used to use my Twitter account to vent.” The hot-blooded and vulgar back-and-forth between Johnson left Brown MIA on the social media site.

On a more positive note, the charges against the “Don’t Wake Me Up” singer for reportedly stealing a women’s iPhone were dropped.

According to Associated Press, in the case filed by Christal Spann in February of this year.

This initial report has Brown reaching through his car window at a Miami Beach club and snagging Spann’s $500 iPhone before yelling: “B***h, you ain’t going to put that on no website.” Miami officials say there is not enough significant evidence to pursue the case, as thus it was dropped.

In terms of the hot water between Breezy and Drake…That might not be so easy to solve.

“A lot of people wanna know about the whole situation with me, Drake and Meek Mill,” he told XXL. “At the end of the day, I'm me, they're them. They rap, I sing. Totally different caliber. I rap, I play around on mixtapes. But our words don't collide as much as you'd think.”