While Chris Brown may have changed some hearts and minds during his interview with CNN’s Larry King Wednesday, the singer says he hopes to do more than just pick up trash during the 1,400 ordered hours of labor oriented service. “I feel like with what I’m capable of doing as far as influencing people, influencing kids, I could do a lot more to help the community other than picking up trash,” Brown told Larry King. “I’m not saying it’s something wrong… but there’s a lot more that I could do, inside of our community.” According to a letter sent to the judge presiding over Brown’ felony assault case, the “Kiss Kiss” singer will be responsible for graffiti removal, trash pickup, washing cars, cleaning and maintaining grounds. Sources say Brown will be supervised in his home state of Virginia while completing the service but will not receive security or protection from the public.
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