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Chris Brown Bowls With Disabled Kids In Australia

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Taking time off from his F.A.M.E. tour while in Australia, Chris Brown went bowling with ten kids from the organization Best Buddies Australia.

The organization works to create “opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.”

The head of the organization, Mark Trevaskis, said, “He has been involved with the charity in the U.S. and we were thrilled that he has taken some time out of his schedule to come and be with us and play a couple of games of tenpin.”

Of course, it’s hard to mention Chris Brown without discussing his past (even at the risk of him ripping off his shirt and breaking another window like he did at the Today Show in March). And no one is forgetting about those awful pictures of Rihanna that were released after his domestic abuse incident.

We’re glad he’s taking the time to work with organizations that obviously do good work. And we hope that he finally has his anger issues under control.

Via Look to the Stars

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