Chris Brown has been having a blast on his trip to London and was most recently spotted casually spray-painting a wall in Shoreditch.
The No Guidance singer was recently seen at Mayfair restaurant Novikov, sending fans into a frenzy that the star was finally allowed back into the UK.
He was previously banned from entering the UK due to his past criminal convictions.
And now, on the other side of London, fans have claimed they spotted him graffitiing a wall near Box Park in Shoreditch in east London.
One fan took to Twitter to share a video they took of the 31-year-old turning to face the already tagged wall as he held onto a spray can.
He was sporting a white Palace hoodie – which he lifted to cover his head at the end of the short clip – and a red cap.
The pop artist took to his Instagram page to share the piece of art he left behind.
‘Splatter,’ he simply captioned the photo of his work depicting teeth and two eyes on the wall, the same piece of art that was captured in the fan video.
Chris was first seen in London last week when Instagram page The_Krakengemini posted a clip of a man, thought to be the star, being seated at the popular restaurant.
The caption alongside the video simply read: ‘You made it to London #Breezy,’ with the user tagging him.
Chris was banned from the UK after he was arrested for assaulting then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009, during an argument in a car after a Grammy’s pre-party.
He pleaded guilty to felony assault and was sentenced to community service and mandatory anger management classes, as well as probation.
Metro.co.uk have contacted Chris Brown’s reps for comment.
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