Mutual sides, it is the first time I get to say anything.'He continued: 'I still love Rihanna, but I'm just going to be honest - we would fight each other, she would hit me, I would hit her, but it never was OK.It was always a point to where we talk about it like, "What the f**k are we doing?It will then be released on August 8 to 100 different different transactional pay-per-view outlets, according to producer Andrew Listermann of Riveting Entertainment. But the details regarding what Brown has to say in the documentary are far more interesting, especially when it comes to Rihanna.FIRST, Brown says he and Rihanna started just hanging out casually when they were teenagers.You gotta consider that was in the thug Chris Brown era when I was…that was when I was all up on runnin' up on dudes," he began to say, but confessed that he feels like Rihanna did that to hurt him."In a way I do…It's understandable. I think once we hit our 30s, we're in a mature stage of life and we're not focusing on that."Luckily, the trio seemed to have all moved past the drama, and even past that huge bar brawl between the two rappers, which Chris refers to as a "stick yo' chest out contest. That was a, 'who got the biggest account in the room?
'She starts going off, she throws the phone, "I hate you!The singer stopped by Hot 97's Ebro In The Morning radio show to promote his new album .No, seriously—Chris opened up about his 2009 assault against Rihanna, why he and Ri Ri gave love another shot, the Barbados beauty dating Drake and so much more."Honestly, I just kinda listened to the wrong—'OK, we need to to do this' PR strategy—I really just wanted to be like, man, f--k y'all, and that's how I feel, because it's my personal life."'The Forever hitmaker added:'If I go on stage, I got a scratch on my face, and I've got to explain it, like "Oh I fell", or if you got a scar or a bruise, you got to put make up on.'Sh*t, I'm not ever trying to put my hands on any female,' Chris continued.'I felt like a f**king monster,' he said in the clip.