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Chris Brown insists he is ready to be a leader.
Brown, the 24-year-old singer-songwriter, recently tweeted about wanting to be a man days after posting a tirade on the social networking website.
"..Truly happy to have my fans and life. Even wit the bs," Brown tweeted recently. "Can't make a leader.. They have to be chosen by the people. #iju love….(SIC)"
The singer went on to tweet about wanting to fulfill his community service duties.
"The community service isn't a problem anymore," Brown tweeted. "Ill do what ever duty I need too to fulfill my requirements as a man and a leader (SIC)."
Brown was placed on probation after physically assaulting ex-girlfriend and singer Rihanna in 2009. However, a Los Angeles County district attorney had the singer's probation revoked last month after one woman claimed that he hit her car and attempted to flee the scene last May.
After the hit and run charges were dropped earlier this month, Superior Court Judge James Brandlin ordered the singer to complete his new sentence in one year, according to ABC News. Brown will serve his community service hours working with the California Department of Transportation highway cleanup, removing graffiti, doing beach cleanup or Probation Alternative Work Services.
Still, Brown ranted about his probation before owning up to wanting to be a man.
The Grammy award winning singer-songwriter tweeted his frustration toward those handling his case in court.
"(Expletive) done 6 months community service wit police and the DA racist (expletive) crying to the judge that I didn't do it. (Expletive) the SYSTEM," Brown tweeted. "How about y'all take care of all the homeless kids and families on skid row. Promote helping people that are really (expletive) up in your city!"
However, it seems the singer found it amusing that the world and media paid such close attention to the words he tweets.
"It amuses me to see how the media holds on to every word," Brown tweeted Sunday. "I think tomorrow ill be a power ranger. (SIC)"