Chris Brown Talks Letting Go Of Drake Beef And Maturing
Looks like Chris Brown is letting bygones be bygones. In a sit-down interview with Sway Calloway for MTV News, Brown talked about letting go of his past beef with Drake and collaborating musically with the YMCMB artist. Wearing a wide-brim Fedora, Brown, 25 simply said it was time to do away with all the negativity. "I think it was his camp who called to do the skit [FOR ESPN] Brown said to Calloway. "For me, especially after getting out of jail and going through what I was going through, I just didn't have any animosity towards anybody. I'm just focused on me." Brown said while he and Drake didn't have a "pow-wow" and sip some tea to discuss their pass aggressions toward one another, and no, a certain pop star did not come up in conversation, he said he simply wanted to show everyone--including himself--how much he's grown. "I just wanted to bring light to the situation and grow up. I'm 25 I'm not getting no younger. I'm still young," he said with a laugh. "You can't walk around holding grudges, looking over your shoulder. Being negative all the time, I'm tired of being looked at as the aggressor. I just wanted to show my maturity." Not mad at you, Chris. Not mad at all.