Chris Brown, who was ordered to serve another 90 days in a rehabilitation facility last November after being thrown out of a previous anger management class, is encouraging his fans on Twitter to put their faith in the Lord to help them with their problems.
The 24-year-old recording artist, dancer and actor had been going to rehabilitation classes to learn how to control his temper after being accused of hitting Adams Parker, 20, last year, outside a W Hotel in Downtown Washington.
Both Chris Brown and his 6-foot 5-inch, 240 pound bodyguard, Christopher Hollosy, had first of all been charged with felony assault on Parker, which could have had severe repercussions for Brown, because he was under probation for attacking his ex-girlfriend, and singer, Rihanna in 2009.
However, the charges against the pair had been lowered and they were released on bail provided Brown attended anger management classes for 90 days.
Although Brown had previously used Twitter to primarily promote his records, since he began in rehabilitation, he has started to offer more spiritual advice to the Millions of his fans.
Work hard to be the best and appreciate everyone on the way to the top! Never forget who you are and who supported you to get there.
— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) January 7, 2014
Believe it is possible and make it happen.
— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) January 28, 2014
Make the best with what you have.
— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) January 25, 2014
At the end of January, the popular singer tweeted that people should be able to control themselves, even if they could not control others. He added that this was made possible by faith in the Lord.
Brown continued to tweet that people should believe that the Lord would help them with their problems and they would find out that He would do so when He was asked. He added “Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you – 1 Peter 5:7.”
Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you. -1Peter 5:7
— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) February 1, 2014
Other advice from Brown to his fans on Twitter, included one that told them to “Make the best with what you have,” and “Work hard to be the best and appreciate everyone on the way to the top! Never forget who you are and who supported you to get there.”
According to police reports, the attack on Parker last year occurred when the 20-year-old fan had tried to jump into a photo that Brown was posing for with a female fan. Brown allegedly told Parker that “I’m not down with that gay s–t” and “I feel like boxing,” just before he punched Parker in the face.
After his attack on former girlfriend Rihanna just before the Grammy Awards in 2009, Brown was sentenced to five years probation and 1,400 hours community service.