In the whiplash-inducing clip, Brown can be seen dancing down Parisian streets before a car crash sound effect plays and news reports of the allegations against Brown pile up.
In a voiceover, Brown denies the accusations leveled against him and tries to turn the conversation back to the video he went to Paris to shoot.
"My mom and grandma always said: 'The Lord can give you a gift and he can take it away.' I feel like I don't have to explain any bullshit or any lie that somebody has been perpetrating or portraying me as," Brown said in the clip. "I came out there to do a job and that's what I did."
Brown has been on a bit of a narrative-changing posting spree, trying to switch up the subject by sharing behind-the-scenes clips, new snippets of music and shots of his family. He recently shared a photo of himself with his daughter Royalty on his shoulders and her mother Joyce Hawkins by his side.
"Most Important Women In My Life!" he captioned the photo.
Back in Paris, the investigation is ongoing. However, Chris Brown is suing his accuser for defamation. And he's not exactly helping his case by selling awful merch that pokes fun at the woman who accused him.