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3 October 2017, 14:05 | Updated: 3 October 2017, 14:30
The controversial movie will now be available everywhere.
Chris Brown has confirmed that his reveal-all documentary 'Welcome To My Life' is set to appear on Netflix.
The ‘Questions’ singer, who premiered the film back in June, is finally making the controversial movie available for more of his fan-base.
In a new Instagram post, Chris Brown revealed ‘Welcome To My Life’ will appear on the popular streaming service on 7th October 2017.
The film premiered in UK Showcase cinemas on 3th August and has been available on rival platforms including YouTube's paid streaming service.
Chris Brown's long-awaited documentary 'Welcome To My Life' is scheduled for release this June.
The R&B singer previously teased fans last year by releasing a trailer for the upcoming tell-all film, which is set to provide a candid insight into Brown's controversial life.
Many of Breezy's friends and collaborators are set to feature including Jamie Foxx, Usher, DJ Khaled, Jennifer Lopez, and Rita Ora.
Watch the full trailer below:
The clip features a throwback interview with Breezy, who confesses:
"I want to be at the pinnacle, the highest point, to where I'm known as a legend, almost."
In related news, Brown's ongoing legal battle with ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran continues.
Tran's original request for a restraining order against the singer has been slammed by Brown's lawyer, labelling it as "doomed to failure."
Chris Brown has teased his highly anticipated new documentary ‘Chris Brown: Welcome To My Life’.
The ‘Royalty’ singer, who is talented yet polarizing in equal measure, has invited cameras into his personal life to allow people make up their own minds about him.
“Instead of you reading a headline, you’re going to be able to get a full glimpse of who I am, my whole life, what I’m about, my start to right now…. Its brutally honest,” he told US radio personality Big Boy back in December.
“I’d rather be an inspiration than a role model,” he added.
Brown revealed the official poster via Instagram last night:
Breezy is rumoured to "reveal all" including his infamous incident with Rihanna, his on-and-off relationship with Karreuche and his life as a father.
Although there is no current release date, Chris Brown has previously suggested the documentary would come out “early 2016”.
There is currently no further information on whether the documentary will be in cinemas or available to stream online.