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Breezy is wielding two Japanese swords while hitting the beach in Hawaii for video shoot of his upcoming single.
Breezy decides to 'fulfill my requirements as a man and a leader,' after accusing the police and the DA of being 'racist.'
The 'Fine China' singer will also be in Hawaii to headline the Power 104.3's Power Bash in Honolulu this weekend.
The concert promoter explains that the decision to cancel the shows is made in light of the 'Fine China' singer's 'recent personal and health-related issues.'
Directed by Breezy himself, the music video for the upbeat club anthem features a cameo appearance from comedian Nick Swardsen.
A judge reinstates Breezy's probation on the condition that he completes 1,000 more hours of court-mandated work in Los Angeles County.
A Los Angeles judge dismisses a hit-and-run charge against the 'Fine China' singer after he and the other motorist resolved the case.
In the suit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, Sha'keir M. Duarte claims Breezy's employee beat him as the 'Forever' singer egged him on during the January fight.
A rep for the 'Fine China' singer confirms his seizure was triggered by 'intense fatigue and extreme emotional stress,' but Brown managed to play basketball at a charity event on Sunday.
The 'Fine China' singer reportedly suffers seizure, but refuses to be treated or transported to the hospital.
The often-controversial artist resents the fact that he's known not for his talent but for his past mistakes.
The talented artist followed orders to turn himself in by August 6 over an alleged hit-and-run last May.
The rapper posts a video of him dancing shirtless to the love song, which is about being a warrior to keep his beloved lady safe.
The rapper, who recently dissed Brown's collaborations with the late songstress, says that he just wants her family 'to be respected' since they're 'still grieving over her passing.'
In the lyrics that arrive via his Tumblr page, the member of Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All calls Brown's music 'sloppy'.