Chris is trying hard to repair his negative public image and what better way than to host a celeb-filled charity kickball game? The rapper partnered with fellow singer Quincy to raise money for the Symphonic Love Foundation, which supports arts programs for kids. So sweet!
Chris Brown, 25, and actor/singer Quincy, 23, squared off in a “Kick’n It For Charity Celebrity Kickball Game” at Los Angeles’ Glendale Sports Complex on July 19 to help raise money for charity. The friendly competition brought in more than a dozen famous faces who were eager to show off their skills on the field for a good cause.
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The long list of selfless celebs included the hot young sisters Kendall, 18, and Kylie Jenner, 16, who enjoyed a little sibling rivalry as they faced off on opposing teams. The girls were not slacking on their style choices — Kendall rocked combat boots and black tights, while her younger sister, Kylie, opted for a sexier look in thigh-high heeled boots and Daisy Dukes.
New rumored couple Lil Wayne and Christina Milian arrived separately, but in identical black and white ensembles. They even played on the same team — cute! The rapper made an entrance by hanging out of his sunroof and dancing upon entering the park.
A publicist for the event tells HollywoodLife.com in a statement:
Young Hollywood’s wilder bunch took to a decidedly more wholesome activity this weekend, playing in a celebrity kickball game hosted by Chris Brown and Diddy’s stepson, Quincy. Brown led a team that included Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Christina Milan, Paris Hilton, Omarion, DJ Khaled, and Jamie Foxx, while Quincy’s all-star teammates included The Game, Amber Rose, Keke Palmer, and Ne-Yo. The celebs sipped on Bai5 antioxidant drink (Diddy’s favorite) and instagrammed pictures of themselves in between kicks (Hilton accidentally kicked the ball at the camera guy). Brown’s team won, prompting Rose to tweet, “Chris’ team soooo cheated!!!” We hear there’s no hard feelings though; the fun event raised money for two different charities!
Celebs Kick It For A Cause
As for Team Quincy (the stepson of Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs), he was able to recruit stars such as rapper The Game, model Amber Rose, BET host Keke Palmer and singer Ne-Yo. Sadly, they lost to Team Breezy in the end, but there were no hard feelings.
All of the celebs seemed to be enjoying the game as they sipped on Bai5 antioxidant drink.
One fan recorded a video of Chris singing and thanking fans for their generous support for his cause — looks like everyone had a great time!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers, are you proud of Chris for hosting this charity event? Do you think this is a big step in the right direction for him? Let us know!
— Brittany King