Chris Brown has been getting things off his chest both off and on Twitter recently.
While in Honolulu, Hawaii ahead of a Friday concert, the 24 year-old singer hired a guide to take him and his entourage to locations where they could legally spray paint.
Clearly looking to keep it “legal” after his recent run-ins with the L.A. City government over graffiti at his home, Brown tagged his Hawaii artwork with the phrase “Fruits Piru” which according to TMZ refers to the Fruit Town Piru gang (apparently a subset of the Bloods), and was positioned next to another phrase that read, “F*** police.”
Random walls, curbsides, and his home, aren’t the only places where the “Fine China” singer likes to express himself.
In what has been a turbulent month, Brown has often taken to Twitter to protest the various issues in his life, often deleting many of these tweets later. After he was eventually forced to remove the graffiti from his home, the troubled singer painted his $90k white Porsche with gaudy artwork and later tweeted:
“I paint pics of monsters because its a reflection of u bi*****s ni***s and this bi*****s system!”
TMZ reports Brown even referred to his self-declared Piru affiliation in a tweet directed to Beyonce and Jay Z, in what may have been a subtle warning of some kind.
Breezy implied the “Crazy in Love” singer lifted his dance moves, then talked about a collaboration and suggested her husband might have a problem with them working together.
Brown’s tweet (seen below) was subsequently deleted:
Although Brown’s recent alleged hit-and run case was dismissed, the singer was unable to see off a case brought by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office at his final court appearance on August 16.
Prosecutors disputed the 180 days of community labor hours Brown logged as completed for his 2009 assault of ex-girlfriend, Rihanna. As a result, he agreed to complete 1,000 additional hours of community labor, although the DA’s office had asked for a complete revocation of his probation.
Brown’s lawyer, Mark Geragos, said his client only agreed to the new hours on the understanding the judge was “making no findings that there has been any violation of probation.”
Taking to Twitter later, Brown vented over he what he called a “racist” district attorney.
In one tweet, which he later deleted, he wrote:
“N***a done 6 months community service wit police and the DA racist a**– crying to the judge that I didn’t do it. F**k the SYSTEM!” he tweeted to his 13 million followers Thursday night.
Another tweet read:
“How about y’all take care of all the homeless kids and families on skid row. Promote helping people that are really f****d up in your city!”
He also called Los Angeles a “really f—– up” city.
Meanwhile, the promoter of four Brown concerts in Canada has announced the events have been canceled.
Stephen Tobin, owner of Drop Entertainment Group, said that the decision to cancel the concerts was taken after consulting with the singer about his recent seizure and legal troubles.
Brown suffered a non-epileptic seizure on August 9. His doctor said it due to “intense fatigue and extreme emotional stress, both due to the continued onslaught of unfounded legal matters and the non-stop negativity.”
In a tweet the following Saturday, Brown wrote, “They won’t love u until u r a memory.”
Brown’s publicist, Nicole Perna, later said the star regretted that he wouldn’t be able to perform in Canada.
To see pictures of Brown’s graffiti art in Hawaii click here.