The judge overseeing Breezy's probation related to his assault on Rihanna reminded him that a lot of kids are looking up to him.
Chris Brown got lectured by a judge after he tested positive for marijuana use in a hearing related to his probation stemming from a 2009 altercation with then-girlfriend Rihanna. Although the drug test was not mandatory on the probation, the judge reminded him that he's a role model.
"You are not an ordinary person who can sit in your living room and do whatever you want to do," Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg told him in a Virginia courtroom. "More importantly, a lot of people look up to you, a lot of kids. What you do and what you say impacts a lot of people."
According to TMZ, the judge ordered the entire case to be moved back to California where he was originally sentenced and currently lives. His next court date was set for November 1 to determine whether or not Breezy had violated his probation and to review various probation records.
Breezy was sentenced to five-year probation. He was ordered to complete 120 hours of community service that included graffiti removal, roadside cleanup and other manual labors. His lawyer Mark Geragos said he had "completed all of his community service" in his home state of Virginia.
On the day he headed to court, Riri tweeted support to her ex-boyfriend, "I'm praying for you and wishing u the best today! Praying for you baby, my best wishes are with you today! Remember that whatever God does in our lives, it is WELL DONE!!! #1Love."
"Thank u so much," he wrote back. To his devotees, he posted, "I love you team breezy. I appreciate all the dedication you guys show at all times. Glad to inspire positive change. I love all the fans and supporters. Back to work. 'Don't judge Me' video is ready. Coming soon."