Washington, Sep 21: Chris Brown has reportedly criticized hip hop mogul Jay Z for getting "a pass" on his past mistakes, while he has been targeted, by the public.
In a recent interview with Jet magazine, the 24-year old American record-artist confessed that he is perturbed that public can't forgive him for his past, singling out the 43-year old rapper as an example of someone who, in his opinion, has gotten off scot-free, Us Magazine reported.
Brown said that the "Magna Carta" rapper had pleaded guilty to stabbing record executive Lance "Un" Rivera outside a New York City nightclub in December 1999, and has sold drugs in the past, but the public gave him "a pass".
He added that people have not been as willing to forgive and forget his indiscretions, which include his 2009 assault of then-girlfriend Rihanna, before the Grammy Awards. (ANI)