R&B Badboy Chris Brown just can’t seem to catch a break from controversy and negative attention. This time the freshly 24 year old has done nothing but express himself artistically and now his neighbors have something to say.
In addition to being a singer/songwriter “Breezy” also adds artist to his resume which he can surely back up with his stunning animated pieces. The Tappahanock native may have pushed the ball off the cliff when he started painting graffiti artwork on his home located in the high class Hollywood area. The neighbors are not feeling this as it degrades their upperclass class neighborhood, and scares their children. Not only are they not here for his artwork, but they are definitely not here for the wild parties, and roaring music that often derives from the BadBoy’s 3 story condo. Now loud music and partying is understandable, but to say this man cannot express himself through art on his own home is a bit absurd.
City Councilman Tom LaBonge told CBS2 that Brown has been cited for “unpermitted and excessive signage.” Under city ordinances, it’s illegal to create murals on most private properties. Brown has been ordered to remove the goblin paintings within 30 days, but his attorney Mark Geragos said the musician is not backing down.
The singer will be fined if the mural is not removed. Do you think this is fair? We don’t!
This is what Breezy had to say as he took to his normal twitter rant