The singer asks his followers to support LA's Chase Community Giving
Chris Brown has urged his Twitter followers to help an LA domestic abuse prevention charity on his newly-reinstated Twitter account.
The singer posted a link to Chase Community Giving‘s Facebook page yesterday and asked his fans to vote for LA domestic violence charity Break The Cycle to win a £620,000 grant from TV fundraiser American Giving Awards.
‘Time to start fresh. #newchapter,’ Tweeted Chris.
‘Team Breezy! Vote for love & respect! Only a few hours left.’
Chris, 23 – who deleted his Twitter account after an argument with US comic Jenny Johnson – is still on probation for assaulting ex-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.
The pair are rumoured to have rekindled their relationship and Rihanna, 24, uploaded an intimate snap of herself hugging Chris backstage on his tour last week.
‘f*ckyopictures i dont wanna leave!!! Killed it tonight baby!!!’ she Tweeted.
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