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    Chris Brown Creates Graffiti Art for Charity, Tweets Then Deletes "Stop the Street Violence"

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    Apparently, Chris Brown still has a few tricks up his sleeves.  

    The controversial hip-hop star was snapped Wednesday showing off his graffiti art skills in Miami where he joined forces with Neo-Pop artist Romero Britto in support of the Best Buddies International charity event. 

    This is the second time the 23-year-old star has put his artistic talents to use for charity. He painted on behalf of the same nonprofit organization less than two weeks ago with famed graffiti artist Slick

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    Clearly, the tatted singer was concentrating hard on his creation, and we'll admit, we're pretty impressed with Breezy's spray-painting skills. 

    "Painting with Romero Britto today in Miami!! Art is an expression of life. Dreams come true everyday," the pop star tweeted early Wednesday morning, followed by a pic-framed shot of his painting later in the afternoon. 

    Rihanna's man—who recently told Rolling Stone magazine he's put "the negativity in the past"—also had a few, er, interesting words of wisdom to share on the social media site and received a serious amount of backlash for one tweet in particular:

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    Chris Brown, Twitter, Graffiti Twitter

    "Gotta stop the street violence! It's pointless..," he posted late last night on his micro-blogging page before deleting the tweet this morning.

    "Trust is a terrible thing to waste!" he added, opting to leave this tweet intact.  

    We'll leave the @replies to your imagination. 

    Take a look back at Chris and Rihanna through the years...

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