By: Amanda Anderson-Niles
The Chris Brown homophobic rumors may have finally been shut down. R&B singer Chris Brown may no longer be in his high profile relationship with Rihanna anymore and back to entertaining Karrueche, but he’s still making some major moves in his career. Just days after telling the public he likes being one of the most hated people in the world because it makes life “entertaining,” Chris is now involved with a campaign that was created to fight against hate for the gay community. According to reports and Chris’ Twitter account, the singer has created a new initiative to support the gay rights movement. Entertainmentwise reports:
Chris Brown has promised to make a stand for minority groups including gay people and various races after announcing he will be premiering his new single on Monday as part of his new Unity Campaign.
Proving he is a reformed character, ‘Don’t Judge Me’ singer Chris is leaving his controversial bad boy persona in the past and moving to inspire others to embrace minorities in society through his new movement, Unity Campaign.
Sharing his plans with his Twitter followers, Chris tweeted on Thursday: “The new single is apart of my “UNITY CAMPAIGN” which encourages all races, genders, sexes, (everyone) gay or straight to love each other!”
“As a young inspiration to all types of people around the world, I have a moral obligation to let go of grudges or bs,” he added.
Chris has also made his fans very happy with the recent launching of the Chris Brown Channel, a website he keeps updated by posting personal videos and messages to his fans. The project also allows him to show “Team Breezy” a closer glimpse of his personal life.
The timing couldn’t have been better considering he no longer has an Instagram account and shares his Twitter account with his PR team.