Chris Brown took a private jet to Hawaii to film the video for his next single "Autumn Leaves" featuring Kendrick Lamar. While the "Fine China" rapper was in town, he also decided to open up a few cans of spray paint, perhaps as a way to vent his frustration with the legal system.
On Thursday, Brown went off on Twitter on the additional 1,000 hours of community labor he will have to do. "Nigga done 6 months community service wit police and the DA racist ass crying to the judge that I didn't do it," he wrote. "FUCK the system. How about y'all take care of all the homeless kids and families on skid row. Promote helping people that are really fucked up in your city! Family first! The LAW...last."
He ended by explaining the motivation for his art. "I paint pics of monsters because its a reflection of u bitchass niggas and this bitchass system!"
Brown, who has pissed off his neighbors with his graffiti in the past, tagged up the Big Island with his monster art. TMZ reported that the art included the tag "Fruits Piru," an alleged nod to the LA Fruit Town Piru gang with ties to the Bloods. (A photo of the complete tag can be seen here.)
Brown was quick to denounce the story, but not before a tweet of his calling Piru on Jay-Z hit the 'Net. "Beyonce, U might as well go ahead and do this collab. Jay might have a problem wit it but this Piru," he wrote.
In other Chris Brown monster art news, he did this to his girlfriend's $90K Porsche.