Chris Brown, it seems, has decided to mend his ways. The R&B artist, whose conviction for assaulting his ex-girlfriend Rihanna was highly publicized, has come forward to be a part of an anti-domestic violence charity. He has approached Jimmie Briggs, the founder of Man Up – a charity which aims to weed out violence against women, and offered his services.
In a talk with the New York Post gossip column, Briggs confirmed the news. He also said that Chris was ashamed of his act and wanted to show his support towards women.