Chris Brown's mother has broken her silence on Twitter and described her son as her ''angel with broken wings''.
R&B Chris Brown's mother has described him as her ''angel with broken wings.''
Joyce Hawkins, known to his millions of fans as 'mom breezy' has broken her silence on Twitter, after it was reported that he threw a rock at her car window.
Joyce tweeted: ''MY ANGEL WITH BROKEN WINGS GOD LOVE YOU SO MUCH AND I DO AS WELL.''
She also recently posted an adorable photograph of her son when he was two-years-old with his arms wrapped around her.
It was accompanied with the message: ''2 YEARS OLD I WAS CRYING CHRIS CAME AND SAT BESIDE ME AND SAID MOM EVERYTHING IS GONNA BE ALRIGHT DON'T CRY BECAUSE I LOVE U.''
The R&B singer narrowly avoided prison earlier this week and was ordered back into rehab for ninety days to deal with anger management issues.
The decision was made on Wednesday (20.11.13) during a probation status hearing stemming from his 2009 assault on then-girlfriend, pop star Rihanna.
Gossip website TMZ also claims that his mother isn't happy with who the 24-year-old spends time with.
A source said the rapper's 'crew' only hang out with Chris for ''the money and fame... and she thinks they got him addicted to weed.''
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