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Chris Brown says Tiger Woods deserves second chance

Musician Chris Brown has defended Tiger Woods, insisting that the golfer deserves a second chance.


Melbourne, Feb 26 : Musician Chris Brown has defended Tiger Woods, insisting that the golfer deserves a second chance.

MyFox Detroit reported, during an interview with Detroit's Channel 95.5's Mojo in the Morning radio show on Wednesday, Brown said he critiques those who pass judgment on the world's top golfer, reports News.com.au.

"His personal life is his personal life and nobody has the right to place judgement," said Brown.

"I know my fans gave me a second chance," he added.

Last week, Woods delivered his first public apology since his explosive sex scandal broke last November.

Brown is currently serving five years probation after pleading guilty to assaulting former girlfriend Rihanna last year.

ANI

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