Chris Brown Dodges Questions on Seizure, Twitter Rant on "Today"

Brown deflected questions about his health and recent Twitter posts

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    Chris Brown performs on NBC's "Today" show on Friday, Aug. 30, 2013 in New York.

    Before he performed on NBC 's "Today" show Friday, R&B sensation Chris Brown sidestepped questions about his recent Twitter rants and seizure.

    "It's about the music right now," Brown said on the show. "I'll continue to work for my fans."

    Brown, who suffered a non-epileptic seizure earlier this month in a recording studio, wasn't ready to discuss the health scare.

    "I'm good," Brown said when "Today" co-Host Tamron Hall asked how he was feeling.

    "Just needed some rest. That's it."

    Brown continued to play the silent game when "Today's" Matt Lauer later asked the controversial singer to explain his recent rants on Twitter.

    The pop singer sent out a series of angry messages after a Los Angeles judge ordered him to complete 1,000 additional hours of community labor related to his 2009 attack on former girlfriend Rihanna.

    "It's not my music," Brown said before Lauer pressed further.

    "Are you struggling with two different worlds?" Lauer asked.

    "I'm more worried about actually loving my fans," Brown said dismissively, before waving to his fans.

    Brown was also involved in a hit-and-run in June. He was reportedly driving without a license at the time of the accident.

    His upcoming album, "X," is rumored to be his last and is scheduled for release later this year.

    Watch the "Today" show interview and Chris Brown's performance below:

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