Chris Brown on Community Service: 'It's Continuous Maintenance'
Watch the video Chris Brown on Community Service: ‘It’s Continuous Maintenance’ on Yahoo Celebrity . Chris Brown was released from prison in June after serving 80 days for a probation violation and is still working off his sentence of 1,000 hours of community service stemming from his guilty plea for the Rihanna assault in February 2009. “The Insider With Yahoo” guest correspondent Quddus spoke to Chris about that time in his life and if he ever thought it would be the end of his career. “I think that the human feeling we have of doubt, you know, always sits in the back of your head and you always think, like, well, ‘what if?’ or ‘what’s going to happen?’ but I think if you let that overpower your will power, then you’re already lost.” The singer gave us a glimpse of what his community service entails. “Six a.m. wake up,” he said. “Start from the whole day, like whether it’s OK this wall needs to be redone, paint this whole wall, redo this whole wall. It’s continuous maintenance.” Check out this video to hear more candid comments from Chris, and tune in to “The Insider With Yahoo” on TV tonight.