Fox News interviews Brown about his jail time and how it changed his life.
Sometimes you’ve got to touch the stove to see that it’s hot. And I’m one of those guys that does that all of the time. Sometimes I might be my own worst enemy. I’m not always going to make the right decision. I’ve always reneged on a lot of my situations. But I think that’s a part of growing up and learning. For me, now I have a better sense of what’s important being that I was incarcerated, being that I’ve had the bad stuff happen to me. You can’t continuously mess up. You’re not going to get that many chances. I’m not saying by my peers, but I’m just saying by God in general. For me and my spirit, I just want to be able to have some peace, be able to chill and do what I love because I was blessed with this opportunity and this talent, so I don’t want to waste it.