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.
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:
"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.