Chris Brown Uses Tour Break For Charity Work

Chris Brown is using his free time wisely. The R&B crooner recently spent time with a group of kids with intellectual disabilities while touring in Australia.

The “Look At Me Now” star, who is on the Australian leg of his F.A.M.E. world tour, used his day off to accompany a group of youngsters on a ten-pin bowling trip in Sydney.

Brown is said to have worked with the Best Buddies Australia program for two years, and charity boss Mark Trevaskis tells The Daily Telegraph, “He has been involved with the charity in the U.S. and we were thrilled that he has taken some time out of his schedule to come and be with us and play a couple of games of ten-pin.”

Brown has two more stops for his F.A.M.E. tour down under:

Brisbane Entertainment Centre
29 April

Perth – Burswood Dome
3 May

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