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26 October 2012, 15:31
The 'Turn Up The Music' singer also admits that winning a Grammy this year was a "humbling" experience.
Chris Brown has spoken out on people's opinion of him following his apparent reconciliation with former girlfriend Rihanna.
The 'Don't Wake Me Up' star said he can understand why people don't like him and that he is simply trying to become a better person.
"I can't hate people for making judgment on me, or making a decision of liking me or not liking me," he said during a new MTV Special called This Is How I Made It.
He reflected: "All I can do is try to better as a person. And I'm good with knowing everything isn't always going to be perfect."
The singer split from the Bajan star following an incident outside a pre-Grammys party back in 2009.
"[People are] always gonna know me for situations and life obstacles," he said.
He has since been seen in public with his ex-girlfriend – who has admitted to still caring for the R&B singer.
Chris added that winning a Grammy Award this year was one of the most "humbling" experiences of his career.
"For me to have that achievement and to go through people's whole opinions changing of me, to get personal opinion back and having to gain personal success back – it's not all the way back, you know – but it's been one of my most humbling experiences," he declared.
After confirming his split from girlfriend Karrueche Tran last month, the singer was spotted outside his LA home with the model despite reports he is once again dating Rihanna.