Chris Brown Bounces Back After Suffering Seizure
Just days after suffering a non epileptic seizure, Chris Brown took the basketball court and hooped it up, all for a good cause.
On Sunday, the singer played in a charity basketball game against the LAPD in South Central L.A, an event sponsored by Second Call and Chris Brown’s charity, Symphonic Love.
“Thanks @reebok for supporting my charity bball game today vs LAPD with the Blue/White ‘Letters of Intent’ Kamikaze’s,” the 24-yaer-old tweeted Sunday night.
According to reports, Brown was in great spirits, all smiles, and was happy to attend the event. LAPD was victorious with an over 30-point win.
On Friday, the singer suffered a NES (Non Epileptic Seizure) while at a recording studio in Hollywood. Brown’s camp told HipHollywood that doctors attributed the pop star’s seizure to “intense fatigue and extreme emotional stress, both due to to the continued onslaught of unfounded legal matters and the nonstop negativity.”