The artist's recent tweet got people wondering what his next steps are.

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Chris Brown poses in dark sunglasses for Blank Magazine. Image c/o

Tweets can be easily interpreted, and when it comes to someone with Chris Brown's following (over 12.5 million), it's improbable that he'll reply to any inquiries. So his mysterious tweet – which has since been deleted – can or cannot mean that he's going to retire from music. “Don't worry mainstream America. After this X album, it'll probably be my last album. Being famous is amazing when it's for ur music and talent. I'm tired of being famous for a mistake I made when I was 18. I'm cool & over it!” The mistake he's talking about is, of course, the assault incident with Rihanna, who has since forgave him and even dated him for a while. Another one of his mistakes happened more recently, in May, as the rapper was involved in a hit-and-run. He's spent less than an hour in jail, after pleading not guilty on Monday. At the time, the rapper said he exchanged information with the other driver, whos he only barely hit to almost no damage. He could spend up to 6 months in jail, if he's found guilty, so we wonder if that has anything to do with his decision to make his next album the last.

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Chris Brown in his Blank Magazine photo shoot. Image c/o

In a recent interview with Blank Magazine, Brown doesn't mention anything about these incidents. He talks about his inspiration and music. When it comes to motivations, he names God, his family and his fans responsible for his success, as well as his passion for the field. “The music I make and art are an extension of who I am. It is difficult to separate from what I do. Is the same for any artist. So it's pretty hard for people to stay focused on the end result: the art,” he says. All in all, he probably just wants to be able to have a private life that's not compared by the public with his music.

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