“I think it’s cool,” he told Detroit’s Mojo in the Morning. “I think people always deserve a second chance. I know my fans gave me a second chance.
At a press conference last week, Woods apologized for cheating on wife Elin Nordegren with several mistresses, stating: “I am deeply sorry for my irresponsible and selfish behavior I engaged in.”
And now Brown, who was embroiled in his own personal scandal after he was convicted of attacking girlfriend Rihanna last year, has called on the public to look past Woods’ affairs and concentrate on his golfing skills.
“Whatever his personal life is, and this goes for me and him, his personal life is his personal life,” he said. “Nobody has the right to place judgment on anybody else’s personal life if they’re not directly involved with them.
“He plays golf — that’s what people love him for. They don’t love him for the other stuff they’re talking about.”