R&B singer Chris Brown has hit a positive mark on his path to redemption by completing a court-ordered domestic violence course.
Reports of Brown’s achievement were revealed Tuesday (December 21) morning.
Chris Brown is well on his way to repairing his tarnished image and has the certificate to prove it. The R&B star finished his court-ordered 52-week domestic violence course of Commonwealth Catholic Charities and tweeted a photo of his certificate. He will remain on probation until 2014 stemming from his assault on ex-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009. (Rap-Up)
The singer also confirmed his completion by discussing the achievement on Twitter.
“i have enough self respect and decency to be proud of accomplishing this DV class.. Boyz run from there mistakes.. Men learn from them!!!thx,” Brown tweeted Tuesday. (Chris Brown’s Twitter)
Brown received his punishment in a Los Angeles court room last year.
The singer was sentenced to a domestic violence course in August 2009 after he reached a plea deal with Beverly Hills prosecutors in the wake of his conviction on charges of assault against then girlfriend Rihanna. Brown was required to take the once-a-week class for one year. The “Deuces” star was also sentenced to 180 days of community labor, placed on five years probation and issued a stay-away order from Rihanna. (MTV)
Aside from legal issues, Brown is currently working on new music with music stars like Keri Hilson and Busta Rhymes.
In an interview just before headlining Wild 94.9?s annual Wild Jam holiday concert last night (December 15) in San Jose, California, the R&B/pop star confirmed his next single. And it’s featuring some hip-hop heavyweights. “My next urban single is actually a song with me, Busta Rhymes and Lil Wayne called ‘Look At Me Now’,” he said. (Neon Limelight)
Check out some recent Chris Brown footage down below: