Chris Brown’s sentence of 180 days of community service has begun. The singer, who was convicted of assault, has been ordered by Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg to community labor of clearing weeds and brush by hand and yard tools.
Gritty, sweaty work like Chris Brown’s sentence will make any person remove their clothing, so naturally the singer opted to remove his white tee and orange vest—and spend some time on his phone and blog. He posted up pictures of two t-shirts (see gallery) which read "Stop Teen Violence" and "No Violence—Break The Cycle".
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