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A few weeks back, gunshots were let off at a Chris Brown performance, which although had nothing to do with him, still ended up with him being in the hot seat. Brown was not given permission by his parole officer to travel outside of the city. The whole fiasco ended up with Brown’s parole being revoked and his tour, “Between The Sheets” being cancelled until he completed the last of his community service hours.

Chris Brown only had 100 hours in community service to complete until he was a free man. Last week, Brown tweeted:

With that one tweet so many women’s hearts were made whole again, and hope was restored. Hopefully, he behaves himself on this tour and stays out of trouble, because the last thing he needs and his fan want, is for him to be hauled away in the middle of his tour.

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There are high hopes for Brown when it comes to getting himself together. After doing that short jail sentence last year, he came back into society a little more calm and humbled. So we will see how long it lasts.

 

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