Chris Brown: I'm Not Going Back to Jail

Chris Brown

Chris Brown: I'm Not Going Back to Jail

Sources confirm C. Breezy is focused on music.

Published June 3, 2014

Chris Brown's X album may soon be on its way. Sources close to the singer say that he's sincerely focused on music and has pledged to stay away from trouble.

"Humbled and Blessed," Brown posted to his Twitter Monday (June 2), his first post-prison message. "Back to the Music and the Fans," he wrote in another. "Thank you GOD."

Brown served 108 days in a Los Angeles County jail after getting expelled from a court-ordered rehab center. Since his release, sources told TMZ that he's committed to taking his prescription meds (doctors diagnosed him with bipolar disorder) and has promised to stop taking illegal drugs and associating with "bad people, especially those connected to gangs" [TMZ's words].

The "Loyal" singer has dropped new music throughout his time in and out of court, jail and rehab in recent months, but the release of his long-awaited next album, his sixth, has been delayed since at least 2013. His last full-length collection was 2012's Fortune.

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Written by BET-Staff


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