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Chris Brown wants to know if it's possible to love two people

October 05, 2012|By Todd Martens
  • A screenshot of a 90-second film tweeted by Brown.
A screenshot of a 90-second film tweeted by Brown. (Vimeo.com )

Today's episode of "When Will Chris Brown Just Go Away?" features what appears to be a rather tipsy Brown declaring his love for two women. "I'm not try to be a player," he says while being driven around in the back of a car. "I'm not a dog. I'm not none of that." 

Brown, a pop star turned full-time provocateur, is still on probation from his 2009 assault of Rihanna. Today's bid for attention was tweeted by Brown, and given the title, "The real Chris Brown."

It appears to be filmed off-the-cuff, but inter-spliced among Brown's thoughts on romance are clips of him on tour and shots of Brown drinking champagne straight from the bottle. If Brown doesn't mention Rihanna or recent ex-flame Karrueche Tran by name, it's clear whom he discussing, as both women are shown cavorting with Brown at numerous times in the video.

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The clip won't be embedded here due to its foul language, but it comes just days after Brown split from Tran and his been spotted around New York with Rihanna. Amid his philosophical musings, Brown also reveals that he's "stressed out" in the short minute and a half clip.

"Is there such a thing as loving two people?" he asks rhetorically. "I don't know. I don't know if that's possible, but to me, I feel like that ... I'm being real. I don't want to hurt either/or." 

At least he's not stressing over money. The opening of the video shows Brown having to settle a $4,124 bar tab.

"The life of Chris Brown," he says as the clip fades to black. 

For more on the love triangle, watch Ministry of Gossip's video chat below

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