“I think he really needs to talk about the situation in itself, what actually happened to Rihanna, so that he can get that out for himself. He has to learn to deal with it and go on with his life. This is something that happened; it was a huge mistake, it was not good at all. But he is still a human being and we all make mistakes and we live and we go on with it. But he has to own it, deal with it and move on with his life," Sister 2 Sister magazine quoted Chris Brown's mother as saying.
Rihanna too has recently expressed her concerns over the five-year restraining order slapped on him for attacking her in 2009, which left her with bruises and facial cuts. She said that it should be relaxed, as it's stopping him from attending and performing at important events, which are crucial to his career.
Troubled singer Chris Brown might finally open up on his infamous attack on his ex-girlfriend Rihanna if all goes well. His mother Joyce Hawkins is of the opinion that her son should speak up on the assault and deal with it to move on in life. She wants him to open up on the assault and realise his mistake.