The singer lost his cool shortly after being interviewed on Good Morning America, breaking a window backstage. He later apologised for his actions, but it seems his publicist didn’t feel the same way.
Robin Roberts asked the fatal question about the Rihanna incident, which sparked his rage and led to the temporary meltdown.
Despite the bad press, Brown is expected to do well with his new F.A.M.E Album, with projected sales of up to 300,000 units. Does Chris Brown need a publicist with all this attention? Most likely, as his relationship with the press will be important to help him promote his brand and album. This will unlikely damage his reputation, and the long term prospects look very good for the singer.