R&B star Chris Brown has brushed off rumors he is set to document his post-prison career comeback on his own reality TV show.
Bosses at the BET network have reportedly been courting the "Kiss Kiss" hitmaker to sign on for a fly-on-the-wall project, which would follow the embattled singer as he worked through his existing legal troubles and focused on his new album X. However, Brown has dismissed the claims, simply telling TMZ.com, "Nah, (a reality show is) not for me, man."
The 25 year old was released from prison on 2 June, over two months after he was jailed for violating his probation by getting kicked out of a court-ordered rehab program for bad behavior in March. He was handed an additional four-month term in early May after admitting to breaking the terms of his probation relating to his 2009 assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna.
Brown has another assault charge looming over him—he is due to stand trial over allegations he attacked a 20-year-old outside a Washington, D.C. hotel in October. A start date for the trial has been set for September following his rejection of a plea deal with prosecutors. His bodyguard, Christopher Hollosy, has already been convicted of taking part in the attack.