Chris Brown’s Jail Release Party

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R&B heartthrob Chris Brown was recently released from  jail and couldn’t be happier. Three days after his release, Brown celebrated his much-appreciated freedom at an intimate party held Thursday afternoon at a private residence in Los Angeles, with only his nearest and dearest in attendance.

An eyewitness told E! News that the 25-year-old Brown looked better than he had in years at the “extremely private” event, “very healthy and focused.” (E! Online) Karrueche Tran, Brown’s on again, off again girlfriend, led a blindfolded Chris Brown through the house and into the backyard where he was surprised by guests including Amber Rose, Akon, T-Pain, Big Sean, and Tyga.

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The eyewitness added “The music is low, it’s more like a BBQ than a party, food is on the grill.” Brown “seems very happy.” (E! Online)

If you were wondering why the Grammy winner was incarcerated at all, it’s because he violated his probation stemming from his 2009 assault conviction for hitting Rihanna.

He copped to the violation and was sentenced May 9 to another 131 days, but he ultimately qualified for early release. Afterward Brown tweeted, “Humbled and Blessed…Back to the Music and the Fans…Thank you GOD.” (E! Online)

I’m sure Chris Brown’s jail release party was a big hit. It’s great news to hear that Chris Brown seems to be happy and healthy after the roller coaster of a year he has had. Maybe he can finally be done with the drama, turn over a new leaf, and focus on making some great music for his fans. Keep your head up, and stay positive Chris!

(All Images courtesy of E! Online)

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