Gyal You A Party Animal Charly Black
16 October 2017, 11:39
'Welcome To My Life' sees the singer open up about his troubled past.
Chris Brown's new documentary 'Welcome To My Life' has launched on Netflix and fans are urging people to watch it.
The 'Questions' singer debuted the reveal-all movie in theatres worldwide earlier this year before making it available to watch on the popular streaming service.
Featuring interviews, concert footage and behind-the-scenes access, the documentary gives fans an "all-access look" at Brown's highly-documented life.
Following its debut, fans took to Twitter to praise the R&B crooner's honesty and share their positive thoughts on the film.
"The Chris Brown documentary almost made me drop a tear" said one viewer, "I respect that man so much more for overcoming those obstacles."
"Just watched the Chris Brown documentary and it’s bout [sic] time everyone forgive him now" said another.
After watching @chrisbrown documentary I owe him an apology . I assumed and didn't know the full story before stamping a label on him— Jonae' Nicole (@Jonaenicolee) 16 October 2017
That Chris Brown documentary just made me love him even more lol he's so misunderstood— Kelsey (@Loveeekelsss) 14 October 2017
The Chris brown documentary almost made me drop a tear , I respect that man so much more for overcoming those obstacles— Mari (@Rilla2Philthyyy) 8 October 2017
So the @chrisbrown documentary on Netflix is actually really good. It's not easy to be that transparent with the world about our mistakes.— LaShelle Samone (@LaShelleSamone) 7 October 2017
Just watched the Chris Brown documentary and it’s bout time everyone forgive him now.— Slim Balor (@thisisyoungdj) 16 October 2017
Others spoke on a defining moment during documentary where Brown speaks candidly about his infamous assault on his then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.
The singer was charged with felony assault following the physical altercation, which took place following the annual Clive Davis Pre-Grammy party that year.
Brown gave a surprisingly detailed description of the highly-publicised incident, prompting fans to commend his honesty.
Wow never heard Chris brown side of the domestic violence situation till this documentary.— (@Mairiah_LaNee) 9 October 2017
The Chris brown documentary made me look at Rihanna in a different light— #1 (@MVP_OfTheYear) 13 October 2017
Ya'll this Chris Brown documentary got me really thinking about how powerful anger is and how unforgiveness can ruin your legacy. SO DEEP— VICKYLOGAN (@victoriouslogan) 10 October 2017
After everything they been through, the way Chris Brown talks about Rihanna in this documentary makes me want to cry— Colleen (@_Colleennn) 10 October 2017
Interestingly, many users were quick to celebrate the singer's music career, with one fan hailing him as "the greatest entertainer in this generation."
Breezy recently revealed the track list for his upcoming double-disc 40-track album, 'Heartbreak On A Full Moon'.
watching the chris brown documentary & no lie... chris brown has MAJOR bops! he’s the greatest entertainer in THIS generation. period.— kelslay (@kelsthegreat_) 11 October 2017
I absolutely love this documentary. It opened my eyes to his character and made me respect him more as an entertainer. Love his music.— Babee Garcia (@babee_garcia) 13 October 2017
i just watched @chrisbrown’s documentary and yoo that man has so much talent; singer, dancer and an actor, a true performer.— kaycee cool (@KayceeACool) 8 October 2017
However, many users criticised Netflix for showing the documentary.
I’ve never rated a Netflix show before, but the fact a Chris Brown documentary exists inspired me. Wish there was more than a for this BS— Diona (@dionaislit) 14 October 2017
Im tired of people tryna justify Chris Brown's actions to Rihanna cause they watched his documentary. He's a fucking women beater!— ΔγΞ¤Η (@AyoAyeOh) 15 October 2017
Chris brown has a documentary on Netflix, did everyone just forget about him beating Rihanna?— Shania Twain (@ShaniaUNQ) 9 October 2017
apparently netflix is dropping a documentary about chris brown this month.....ew keep it nobody wants to see that— emily ♡ (@letsfIoat) 6 October 2017
Which one of you idiots asked @netflix for the Chris Brown documentary? Reveal yourself!— Taylor Bazinet (@taylordbazinet) 4 October 2017
'Welcome To My Life' is available to watch on Netflix right now.