R&B singer Chris Brown recently discussed his off-camera image and why he places emphasis on trying to be someone people can get along with rather than the persona media portrays him to be.

In Chris Breezy’s opinion, it is important to kill his negative image in hopes of giving people a better outlook on him.

“I live my life one day at a time, one step at a time so when people tend to not forgive me or say I haven’t shown remorse, I don’t pay attention. I just leave it in God’s hands,” Brown said in an interview. “I don’t try to be the guy that everybody frowns at when I walk in the room. Hopefully everybody could be like, ‘Oh guess what? Chris Brown just walked in.’ It would be a cool experience to not be like, ‘Ahh man, I knew that guy was an a**hole.'” (XXL Magazine)

Last month, Chris Breezy apologized for posting up controversial photos of himself smoking weed.

“Oh Amsterdam y’all are treating me so well! I’m sorry to everyone who got offended to my weed pics. I apologize but if y’all don’t like it they don’t do it. It’s simple. #TeamBreezyKickA**” (Chris Brown’s Instagram)

The dicey images popped up onto his Instagram page in early December.

Oh, Chris Brown, you mighty decision maker you, posting pics of yourself smoking weed while in Amsterdam. He’s so thug. Brown, who recently deleted his Twitter account after getting into a heated and foul-mouthed squabble with a female, has renistated his account, but his real joy is in posting controversial photos on Instagram. I told you, he’s pretty effing THUG. His name on Instagram is equally as thug. “f*ckyopictures”. Without the asterisk of course. Such a classy guy. Isn’t he an absolute dreamboat?! Anyhow, Chris and his huge posse of leeches are hanging out in Amsterdam where Chris will be performing on Thursday. (Opposing Views)

He also caught headlines after making a Twitter return following a messy dispute with comedian Jenny Johnson in November.

Though there are no new tweets to announce his return, Chris Brown has quietly resurfaced after disappearing from Twitter following an ugly exchange with TV producer Jenny Johnson. Oddly, though some tweets have been deleted, several of the most vulgar are intact. We’re not sure what message Brown or his management is trying to send by reactivating his account, but the presence of the Jenny Johnson tweets seems to show an apology isn’t likely — not that we were expecting one. At least Team Breezy is happy. (Twitchy)