Chris Brown and Quincy Team Up Again to Support Mike Brown

Chris Brown and QuincyChris Brown and Quincy had such a successful charity kickball game for The Symphonic Love Foundation last month, the two decided to do it again.

The two stars met up at Jack Kemp Stadium at Occidental College in L.A. this past Saturday where Breezy’s team defeated Diddy’s stepson in a game of flag football.

The Game, Wale, Tyga, Trey Songz, Bow Wow, and Omarion all reigned supreme with a 42-21 win over Nelly, Lil Mama, and more. But the athleticism wasn’t the only thing heating up on the field. Chrae was in full effect as the on-again, off-again duo were coupled up and all smiles throughout the day. He later made it official on his Instagram with a photo of her riding shot gun.

They ended off the lovebird session and day of fun in the sun with support towards the people grieving in Fergueson. Rapper Nelly—a Missouri native—hopped on the mic and instructed everyone to put their hands up and say “Don’t Shoot.”

“If anybody can sympathize with what my city is going through, it’s this city of L.A. right now on so many levels. So for that respect alone, I’m asking you, I’m begging you, and I’m pleading for you to just raise your hands for a second.”

This action has been synonymous to show disdain towards the way the city’s police handled Mike Brown. The 18-year-old college bound teenager was gunned down and left for dead. Wearing a #MikeBrown tank, Mo began the action that resonated throughout the silenced stadium.

Watch footage from the powerful moment below.

Flip the page to see Chris and Kae boo’d up.

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