Terrence Jenkins, formerly of 106 and Park is the new host of E! He recently sat down for a rare interview with Chris Brown about the good things he’s been up to. During the interview, Chris talked about his new foundation, Symphonic Love, as well as his desire to give back, his greatest accomplishment and why he felt the need to speak up in court during a hearing recently.
Check out a few highlights from the interview plus video below:
On his charity, the Symphonic Love Foundation This is all about art and love. I just wanted to do something with the kids. Everybody always wants to do a charity event, they always go for everything else but my heart is with the kids. Because everybody looks up to me. I can say I’m a role model in a way but I definitely want the kids to be able to see that I’m doing the right thing and giving back and I want them to have the same opportunity that I had with the art, with music and with singing.
On wanting to speak in court recently before his lawyer shut him down Yeah I kind of talk too much in court. I wanted to say ‘Well judge I can…’ but he was like ‘No, don’t you say nothing.’
On what he would perform in court if given the chance “Please don’t judge me.” Yes, how about that!?
On something that people do not know about Chris Brown That’s a good question. I love that question. I would just say that I’m 100 percent dedicated to everything that I do […] I want to embody everything that’s positive.
On his greatest accomplishment Well, I’ve accomplished all that I need to accomplish in my life as far as me being able to say I can successfully sing. I can dance onstage with the greatest. At the end of the day, when I need to be great, is when people can say I’ve helped out the world. It first starts here, helping myself, but what I want to do is bring peace to the world.