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Things are looking up for Chris Brown and the state of his mental health.
According to reports, the singer recently graduated from an anger management rehab center in Malibu after completing 90 days in the live-in faculty. TMZ spotted the Breezy looking healthy and shooting a music video in Los Angeles over the weekend.
Although he completed the court-ordered program, E! News reports Brown may stay for further treatment on his free will.
In related good news, the 24-year-old star was honored at by L.A. community group 2nd Call on Friday. The organized presented the “Love More” singer with the “Second Change at Loving” award for his work with the Symphonic Love Foundation and Unity Campaign.
“2nd Call honors tonight.. Really inspiring!,” he shared on Instagram with a snapshot of the award.
Keep up the good work, Breezy. We’re cheering for you!