AceShowbiz - %cNick Young% appears to be tired of %cChris Brown%'s brushes with the law. Following the singer's dramatic arrest at his Tarzana, California home on Tuesday, August 30, the NBA star who happened to live nearby posted on Instagram a video of him begging his "friend" to leave their neighborhood.
As previously reported, Brown was arrested on Tuesday afternoon after an all-day police standoff. While the SWAT team and police helicopters surrounded the R&B singer's home, Young filmed himself in his own house asking his neighbor to pack up and move somewhere else.
"Chris Brown, you gotta move, man. Go on, get away from over here, please. You're making the block hot, buddy," he said in front of the camera. "You're my friend and all but you gotta go. [They] got SWAT teams and helicopters flying over my head [and] I'm thinking they're after me."
"We only have about five or six black people over here anyway," he continued. "They're going to take me [and] you. They're gonna cut us short, I don't wanna get cut short from over here, man. There's really only two of us over here, man. And at this rate, you're gonna make it one."
"I like you man, you my dawg. We go out, but you need to go out away from over here... Go! Other than that I love you, man, but peace!" he added. However, he hinted in the caption for the clip that he's actually joking. "#YouKnowImPlaying ... #nothingButLove #JustTryingToLightenTheMood #TheyDoingToMuchOverSheSayHeSay," he wrote.
Cops arrived to Brown's mansion on Tuesday morning after a former pageant queen named Baylee Curran claimed that the singer pointed a gun at her during a party at the estate. He was arrested later in the day on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon.