Are we supposed to feel sorry for him? Because we don't at all!

Chris Brown admits in his new official documentary Welcome to my Life that he contemplated suicide after his now infamous physical assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna back in 2009, but rather than apologizing for the incident, he just goes on and on about how hard his life has been. Cry us a river, Breezy!

"I felt like a f**king monster. I was thinking about suicide and everything. I wasn't sleeping, I barely ate... I just was getting high," he confesses in the clip."Going from being on top of the world, number one songs, being kind of like America's sweetheart to being public enemy number one..." he continues to whine as he reflects on the fallout.

The film opens with a message to viewers about how difficult CB's rise to stardom seemingly was. "His fame came instant... it came all at once. He grew up so fast, he didn't really get to have a childhood or a teenage life of a normal person," the voiceover explains. It also includes interviews of praise from everyone from Jamie Foxx to Jennifer Lopez, all the while detailing his numerous brushes with the law throughout the years.

We wonder how RiRi feels about all this?