Do you want to show Chris some love on his birthday? You can do just that via the Internet. Read on to find out how to send the singer a care package, since he spent his 25th birthday in jail.
Chris Brown turned 25 on May 5, and while he didn’t get any special treatment on his big day, he did receive quite the gift from girlfriend Karrueche Tran — and you can make him feel better by sending him snacks for his sweet tooth!
Chris Brown: Send Him A Birthday Care Package
To send a gift to Chris, start out by clicking here. Follow the directions to create an account. You will need to put in Chris’ inmate identification number, which is: 2131333.
After you you enter some information about yourself you can select from a variety of care packages ranging in prices from $16.75 to $58.94!
Items range from Ramen in a different flavors, Cocoa, Oreo Cookies, Hot & Spicy Pork Cracklings 5, Tuna, Brushy Creek Chili with Beans, Keefe Columbian Coffee, Bridgford Slice Pepperoni, and Zippy Cakes Blueberry Donuts.
We know that Chris could definitely use the pick-me-up!
Chris Suffering From Mood Swings In Jail
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Chris has not been getting any special treatment while he’s been behind bars.
“He’s been having a very difficult time, pacing a lot, having mood swings, sometimes panic attacks. The only way to help sooth his nerves is to overeat, and the food in jail has very little nutritional value,” an insider told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
“His mom has been buying him food online, like gift packages, not like it’s a gift, but at least it’s somewhat edible,” the source explained. “The packages include items like Ramen noodles, donuts, Oreo cookies, sliced pepperoni, sardines, pork cracklings, Root Beer Barrels. His diet basically consists of sugar and salt and processed food, and none of this is of any help to his physical and mental health. It’s been a struggle minute by minute.”
What do YOU think HollywoodLifers, is Chris getting better behind bars or worse? Will YOU send him a care package?
–Reporting by Sandra Clark