Chris Brown: "The Community Service Isn't a Problem Anymore"

Celebrity News Aug. 29, 2013 AT 4:00PM
Chris Brown at BET Studios on April 1, 2013 in New York City Credit: Michael Loccisano/Getty

Chris Brown has apparently had an attitude adjustment.

After an L.A. judge ordered him on August 16 to complete an additional 1,000 hours of community service, Brown didn't take the news very well — to say the least. Last Thursday, he went on a Twitter tirade: "N--ga done 6 months community service wit police and the DA racist ass crying to the judge that I didn't do it. F--k the SYSTEM!"

On Monday, four days after his angry posts, 24-year-old Brown had a more mature reaction to the matter.

"I'm truly happy to have my fans and life. Even wit the bs," the "Turn Up the Music" singer wrote. "Can't make a leader.. They have to be chosen by the people. #iju love …."

He added, "The community service isn't a problem anymore. Ill do what ever duty I need too to fulfill my requirements as a man and a leader."

Either Breezy had a chat with his publicist, or he came up with that statement while in a particularly blissful state …

Brown would be wise to remain relaxed, as he'll be spending the foreseeable future cleaning up highways and beaches, removing graffiti (which he happens to appreciate), and other unfortunate tasks supervised by L.A. County officials.

The singer was initially ordered to do community service after he pleaded guilty to assaulting Rihanna in 2009. Although he claimed he'd fulfilled his punishment in his native Virginia, the district attorney earlier this year accused Brown of lying about the work and submitting false community service records.

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