Sean Kingston, who releases his album "Back 2 Life" this week, considered it an honor when his good friend Chris Brown offered to tag a wall in his then new house. The "Beautiful Girls" singer admits he didn't know what to expect.
Brown, who is a talented painter, has drawn murals of monsters in front of his house and on his $90,000 Porsche. But Kingston didn't give the fellow R&B singer any parameters.
"Chris is one of my closest friends," Kingston said in an interview with Yahoo! Music's The Aftermath. "He was there when I first picked out the house. Once he came over, he was like, 'Yo, let me tag this wall up.'"
See Sean Kingston discuss Chris Brown tagging a wall in his house at the 9:06 mark:
Kingston said he was not worried about what Brown would draw. "I figured I could get it painted over if anything, really," he said while laughing. "I'd just be the man to be the real friend that I am. That's why he [has] me around because I'm not a yes man. I'd be like, 'Yo my n-gga, listen, that joint you did on the wall was weak, it was wack.'"
But the painting turned out great.
"He killed it," he said. "He's just gifted. It's just an honor to have Chris come over and do that. He worked on it for about an hour and a half, two hours."
So, what exactly did Brown draw on the wall?
"I do not know," Kingston said. "But it looks amazing, though."
Kingston said his female guests love it as well. "They're like, 'Chris did that?' I'm like, 'Yeah baby, yeah. Chris Brown did that.'"
In the rest of the interview, Kingston also discussed "Back 2 Life"'s guest appearances by Busta Rhymes, 2 Chainz and Yo Gotti.
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