It’s recently been reported that neighbors are upset with Chris Brown bringing down  real estate values in their neighborhood and scaring young children by tagging his property. Brown responded by reposting the article on his Twitter account:


He immediately responded with:


He keeps everything he does stylish. This look of jeans, crisp white tee, Vans/Chucks, and trucker cap to the back is becoming synonymous with rebellious activity.

Team  Breezy all day. This guy is a gangster with guts and too much fashion style.

1000 percent for the art movement with style.

~tamikko beasty

Style & Art Addict 007

Please click to watch Chris Brown in action creating art by tagging a wall with graffiti:

Chris Brown filmed tagging graffiti on wall

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