Give Chris Brown some credit: He's not gonna let his career go down without a fight.
After Wednesday's humbling experience picking up garbage as a part of his community service, the formerly squeaky-clean R&B singer took to Twitter, hawking T-shirts urging to "Stop Teen Violence."
The 20-year-old was sentenced last month to five years probation, six months of community labor and a year of domestic violence counseling in connection with the brutal February attack that left Barbados-born chart-topper Rihanna black and blue.
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Brown's next album is titled Graffiti: In an ironic twist, the singer will spend a considerable chunk of the 1,400 hours of community service he owes removing graffiti from walls.