Chris Brown reveals love triangle pain

2012-10-05 22:16
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Los Angeles - Chris Brown is struggling to cope with "loving two people at the same time".

The singer has posted a candid video he has named 'The Real Chris Brown' onto the internet and in it the musician is seen discussing his romantic dilemma over his past relationship with Rihanna - who he was convicted of assaulting in 2009 and has recently been linked to again - and former girlfriend Karrueche Tran.

Chris - who posted the video hours after confirming his split from Karrueche on Thursday - says in the video: "I'm stressed out ... when you share history with somebody, then you tend to fall in love with somebody else, it's kinda difficult.

Bizarre statement

"Is there such thing as loving two people? I don't know if that's possible, but for me, I feel like that."

The footage shows scenes with both women and Karrueche seemed less than impressed with the film.

She tweeted: "Wtf is going on? All I'm saying is you don't mess with people's genuine feelings. You just don't! Life moves on ... So let's all."

Rihanna didn't address the news directly, but posted on Twitter: "Ain't nobody bidness ... But mine and my baby! (sic)"

Secret rendezvous with Rihanna

Chris made a bizarre statement when he announced the end of his relationship with Karrueche.

The 23-year-old singer revealed he called it a day with the model because he couldn't give up his close "friendship" with former flame Rihanna, who he was spotted kissing at New York nightclub Griffin on Monday night.

He said: "I have decided to be single to focus on my career. I love Karrueche very much but I don't want to see her hurt over my friendship with Rihanna.

"I'd rather be single allowing us to both be happy in our lives."

The singer has dated Karrueche since late 2011, but constant reports of his secret rendezvous with Rihanna were a source of contention in their relationship.

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