Brown ‘annoys neighbours’
Chris Brown reportedly got into trouble with the landlord of his vacation home in Honolulu.
The 24-year-old allegedly got on the wrong side of nearby residents who accused him of disturbing the peace while staying in Honolulu last month.
Chris’ alleged shenanigans resulted in the landlord receiving several complaints, according to TMZ.
A source told the website that although the owner took a note of the situation, Chris was permitted to remain at the residence, costing an estimated $2,450 per night.
The vacation home, which features a pool and spa, is believed to measure up at 5,100-square-feet.
Chris reportedly rented out the residence to enjoy a week of relaxation after playing a local gig.
According to TMZ, there were no further recorded incidents following the evening of his arrival.
The allegation follows little over a week after Chris sparked controversy on the island after reportedly hiring a guide to take him and his pals around to area where they could legally spray paint.
The graffiti enthusiast reportedly tagged up his signature monster artwork with the phrase "Fruits Piru" next to the words "F**k police".
TMZ claims the phrase is in reference to the Fruit Town Piru gang in Los Angeles, said to be connected to the city’s infamous Bloods gang.
Chris has yet to comment on those claims.
The vocalist has, however, been open about his various clashes with cops.
The star lashed out at the Los Angeles District Attorney last month after he was ordered to do 1,000 hours of community service due to an alleged violation of his probation stemming from his 2009 conviction for assaulting ex-girlfriend Rihanna.
He pointed out that his feelings are reflected in his artwork.
“I paint pics of monsters because its a reflection of u b***ha** n****s and this b***ha** system!" he tweeted on August 23.
Three days later he logged back onto the website, writing: “The community service isn't a problem anymore. Ill do what ever duty I need too to fulfill my requirements as a man and a leader.”
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