In a series of multiple tweets (sometimes it takes more than 140 characters to get it all out there), the singer expressed his ongoing frustration with the outcome of his last court hearing, during which he was ordered to complete an additional 1,000 hours of community labor.
His probation had been revoked after he was accused of hit-and-run earlier this summer, but that case was dismissed and his probation was reinstated after he agreed to the additional labor.
Brown didn’t appear to be looking on the bright side when he started tweeting, however.
After beginning his rant with what seemed like a feud with other artists in the industry (no one specific was named), Breezy switched gears and began to target the judicial system.Follow @Infocelebrity on Twitter!
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