We couldn’t be happier that the troubled singer decided to enter rehab on Oct. 29 — but we’re not the only ones. Celebrities and fans have taken to Twitter to show their support for the rapper’s decision.
There’s no taking down Team Breezy! Chris Brown, 24, got an outpouring of support via social media for entering anger management after allegedly punching Isaac Adams Parker in the face on Oct. 27. Even one of Chris’ biggest Twitter “enemies” supported him. Keep reading to see what she said!
Twitter Supports ‘Team Breezy’ After Chris Brown Enters Rehab
Chris’ shocking rehab news resulted in fans wishing the controversial singer well:
My prayers are with Chris Brown… http://t.co/4n9mMa8XM6
— Russell Simmons (@UncleRUSH) October 30, 2013
I think Chris Brown’s decision to go to rehab is one of the smartest he’s made in a while! — Charnita Mack (@aubreys_mommy12) October 30, 2013
Chris Brown getting arrested actually was a blessing in disguise. He clearly needs help/guidance & now he’ll get it in rehab. Good for him. — Kelsey. (@ForeverKelseyy) October 30, 2013
Chris Brown headed to rehab… Good for him… — Mbalenhle connie (@Lethswenyo) October 30, 2013
Chris Brown Twitter ‘Enemy’ Jenny Johnson Wishes Him Well
Just a year ago, Chris and comedienne Jenny Johnson were in a major Twitter battle. After the singer posted a photo calling himself “old,” Jenny replied, saying, “Being a worthless piece of s**t can really age a person.” The two engaged in a major Twitter war that made headlines. Despite their bitter past, Jenny wished the rapper well:
Chris Brown entered rehab. I sincerely hope he gets the help he desperately needs. #SeriousTweet
— Jenny Johnson (@JennyJohnsonHi5) October 30, 2013
What about YOU, HollywoodLifers? Did you tweet your happiness about Chris finally getting help? Comment and let us know!
— Danielle Noriega
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