As he continues to apologize publicly for beating ex-girlfriend Rihanna, Chris Brown says he doesn't know why people have a hard time believing that he is remorseful.
"The steps that I’ve taken to show that I’m sorry probably have been perceived wrong," Brown, 20, says in an interview on The Wendy Williams Show Friday (check your local listings)."Certain things when I’m doing certain interviews and how my posture is to how I’m acting.
"At the end of the day, I’m definitely remorseful and it’s not something that I take lightly or think that it’s like under the rug," he goes on. "I really think it’s something that is a serious matter and I’m learning from it."
The New York Post reports that Brown still can't live down the attack.
The paper posts a video of a woman getting within a few feet of him Wednesday in NYC and screaming: "[bleep]ing beater!" and "I hope someone beats the [bleep]ing [bleep] out of you!"
Brown just smiles and walks past her.