Singer Chris Brown surprised his fans by holding a public yard sale at his home in Los Angeles. The yard sale featured mainly high-end designer items. Hundreds of goodwill chasers flocked his home to get a grab of the singer’s outfits on display. The bargain hunters waited for hours to get a glimpse of what was on offer.
It all started with a poster on Instagram. The artist took to his social media accounts to announce the yard sale on Tuesday night. The location and the hours for the auction had been well indicated on the poster. Chris Brown had captioned the post “Da Crib” indicating the event was at his home.
When was Chris Brown yard sale?
The yard sale was 6th November 2019. Chris posted the poster about the auction for the first time the night before it happened. His post went up on Tuesday night with the sale being scheduled for the next day from 10 am to 7 pm. This came as a shock to many people who only saw the post as late as the deadline day.
Where was Chris Brown’s yard sale?
The yard sale was on the singer’s leafy mansion in Los Angeles. Chris had given the exact location on his post. The direction read, 19602 Citrus Ridge Drive, Tarzana, California. The place was evidently one of his homes. The home had graffiti artwork which most of his fans will recognize as one of the star's trademarks.
Why did Chris Brown hold a yard sale?
Chris is an ardent art lover and has a trendy personality. The sixteen-time Grammy nominee is well known for his exquisite collection of cars and designer shoes. The yard sale can be seen as a way of Brown giving back to his fans. This is because the items available were high-end designer items which were being sold for significantly low prices.
The open nature of the event showed that it was deliberately created for the musician's fans. They were no reservations and anyone who was interested could participate. Chris had also indicated on his post that the items would sell on a first come first served basis.
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How was Brown’s yard sale?
On the D-day, many excited buyers showed up at the the star's Los Angeles residence. Many of them had actually camped outside since the post was released. A long queue had already formed early in the morning.
The event went on in an organized manner with the police confirming there were no incidents reported. Fans had stories of how far they had travelled just get a hold of the singer’s merchandise.Several sale points had been set up, each offering different items.
However, not everyone was able to get something from a yard sale. Many fans who had traveled long distances expressed their disappointment after they missed out on items to purchase. They wished they got a chance to buy something.
Chris Brown once again showed his tender side with the event. The famous hitmaker launched his charity in 2012. The Symphonic Love Foundation was established to help kids in a variety of worthy causes.