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3 October 2013, 13:58
The 'Fine China' singer tells fans to "love who u wanna love" regardless of their gender.
Chris Brown shown his support to the gay community by urging fans to sign a petition to stop the rise in homophobic attacks in the African country of Cameroon.
The 'Turn Up The Music' singer shares a petition on his official Twitter account this week declaring that "love is not a crime" and asking fans to help "stop the hate" by signing up to the campaign, launched by Allout.org.
"Love is not a crime," Chris tweeted this week. "Gay or straight. Love who u wanna love.
"Stop the hate & sign here #Unity," he posted, before adding a day later: "Love God and let faith lead you. U r the only one stopping you from real love."
Check out a picture of Chris Brown in his latest music video below:
The petition currently has over 70,000 people signed up and aims to get 100,000 in an effort to convince Cameroon President Biya to do something about the rise in anti-gay crime in the country.
Chris Brown is currently preparing for the release of his new studio album 'X' on 19th November.