Karrueche Tran Talks Chris Brown Marriage: The 'Time Isn't Right' (VIDEO)

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(PHOTO/Karrueche Tran) Twitter: @karruecheChris Brown and girlfriend Karrueche Tran

Karrueche Tran recently opened up in her first radio interview with Atlanta's STREETZ 94.5 and as expected, much of the discussion was about her on-and-off boyfriend Chris Brown.

The 24-year-old model remained coy when asked to define her relationship with Brown, who she dated for two years before he admitted to endiong their relationship over Rihanna in October. Brown and Tran have since been spotted together on various outings fueling rumors of a reconciliation.

"I can't say ... I'll just keep that personal," Tran said in response to where her and Brown currently stand.

The conversation soon centered on what she would say if the "Turn Up The Music" singer dropped to one knee and asked for her hand in marriage.

"Why you gotta do that? Oh my gosh ... ya'll playing me right now," Tran said while nervously laughing.
"The time is not right though ... at all. Everybody's focused [on work]."

Tran and Rihanna, 24, have been embroiled in an ongoing Twitter war allegedly over Brown, 23, according to reports. He recently admitted that he is in love with both women.

"When you share history with somebody then you tend to fall in love with somebody else...it's kindda difficult you know what I'm saying?" Brown confessed in October. "Is there such a thing as loving two people? I don't know if that's possible but for me I just feel like that."

Tran is often subject to harsh criticism from Rihanna fans, who often send her vicious tweets regarding her relationship with Brown. Some want her out of the picture so that Brown and Rihanna, who split in 2009, can be together again.

"It's hard because sometimes I really want to go there, but I don't. I just ignore it, I am on my Twitter all day, and I pretty much read everything," Tran said in response to angry Twitter users.

"You have to laugh at it and just brush it off. I pay no mind to it. Which it's hard, I'm not going to sit here and say it's easy, I got it, I'm good, because it's hard. ... At the end of the day, I know I'm good. I've found a way to deal with it," Tran explained.

"Sometimes I post stuff ... then I get all of this negative feedback. I'm like, 'Damn I messed up!' But I know regardless of what I say, someone is always going to say something and bring some sort of negative light to it," she added.

To see Tran's interview, click below (WARNING: Adult language and themes).