Chris Brown went on an angry Twitter rant related to his Rihanna assault case Thursday, blasting Los Angeles County prosecutors as “racist.”
The “Run It” singer — who was silent in court last week when he agreed to complete 1,000 additional hours of community labor to resolve a dispute over his felony probation – made it clear he didn’t think he deserved the new punishment.
“(I) done 6 months community service wit police and the DA racist ass crying to the judge that I didn’t do it. F— the SYSTEM!” he tweeted to his 13 million followers Thursday night.
A follow-up post suggested city officials should leave him alone and focus on “all the homeless kids and families on skid row.”
He called Los Angeles a “really f—– up” city.
“Family first! The LAW…last,” he then tweeted.
His judge said the R&B superstar could fulfill the debt with freeway trash removal, beach clean-up, graffiti abatement or maintenance or janitorial work for the county probation department.
Brown’s lawyer, Mark Geragos, said the platinum-selling artist agreed to the new hours with the understanding the judge was “making no findings that there has been any violation of probation.”
The DA’s office had been gunning for revocation of Brown’s probation – a move that could have landed him in jail – or at the very least a modification that would have forced him to repeat the 180 days of community labor included in his original sentence.
Prosecutors disputed Brown’s claim that he completed the original community labor sentence by washing cop cars, cleaning police horse stables and doing janitorial work at a day care center in his home state of Virginia.
They claimed a review found inconsistencies in his work logs, including evidence that Brown was traveling to Cancun, Mexico, or back from Dubai on days he received credit for labor.
Geragos previously answered the travel allegations by saying the DA’s office “failed to Google a thing called car pool lanes.”
Prosecutors also claimed Brown likely broke the law during an alleged hit-and-run in Los Angeles last May.
The car accident led to a misdemeanor criminal case that was tossed by a judge last week due to a “civil compromise.”
Geragos said Brown didn’t pay a dime to the victim.
It was in February 2009 that Brown punched and choked Rihanna in a rented Lamborghini on a Los Angeles street. He was sentenced to the community labor and five years of probation for his guilty plea.