Chris Brown is hosting a yard sale at his home in Los Angeles, and he has invited over 88 Million of his social media followers to pick through his used high-end clothing.
Yes, this is a real thing. Singer Chris Brown is holding an actual garage sale at his home in Tarzana. Brown posted a flyer to his social media accounts giving the public his actual address and inviting everyone to come purchase some of his personal items.
The sale is being held Wednesday between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. The event is happening in front of his home, 19602 Citrus Ridge Dr. in Tarzana.
According to the flyer promoting the yard sale, it will be a “2-day event” but no details have been released about the second day.
Witnesses on the scene say the singer is selling high-end apparel from companies like Louis Vuitton, Balenciaga, and Gucci at discounted rates. Others are just hoping to get a shot at owning one of Chris Brown’s used hoodies.
Hundreds of people have started showing up to the singer’s home and it is believed thousands are on their way. Interesting, it is unclear if Chris Brown will even make an appearance at his home, or is even there at all.
ABC 7 News in Los Angeles has been overhead in helicopters gathering the view from overheard and are speaking to fans outside the home. One fan said they had driven all the way in from San Francisco.
“Just getting a chance to come here is just all fun within itself,” the fan said. “Just to get a chance to own a piece of something that he has would honestly just be a great thing to have like in a collection for myself.”
Fans reacted online to the news of the public sale, “Oh you for real having this at your house like you’re not a global superstar,” one person said.
Others are upset about the short notice and not being able to make the trip.
“I thought I’d have enough time to fly out ! I’m sooo sad ? let me purchase a jacket online ? and you ship it to me,” one fan asked.
A few fans pointed out how the crowds may become an issue for Chris Brown’s neighbors. “That’s gonna be some hella yard sale, hope your neighbors are ready,” someone pointed out.
Over the years, Brown has had major issues with his home and his neighbors. The estate has been the site of several criminal investigations. Since moving into the home in 2015, LAPD has received several complaints about Brown including riding an ATV and doing doughnuts on them in the neighborhood.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife agents also seized an illegal pet money from the home.
In a 2015 incident, LAPD was called to the home after armed suspects broke in, locked one of his family members in a closet, and ransacked the place.
So, if you are thinking about making the trip, we encourage you to leave now because the LA traffic right now is NO JOKE!