Brown told Terri, “I think with my situation as a kid and the trials and tribulations I’ve dealt with in my life, it is only right that I share with people who have gone through the same thing as me and show them there is a way out.”
The 23-year-old and his mom, Joyce, have been spending time with kids at the Jenesse Center for the past three years. “I want to show these kids I love them,” the rapper explained.
He added, “My mom has a big heart and all my fans know that. As humans, that’s our nature, to love one another. I think it is only right that me and my mom help out.”
Watch the interview for more with Chris talking about the mural he painted at Jenesse and his foundation, Symphonic Love.
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Singer Chris Brown recently opened up to “Extra’s” Terri Seymour about being exposed to domestic violence as a child and how he’s helping children in similar circumstances.