Chris Brown's home yard sale went down yesterday in Tarzana, Calif., and hundreds of people showed up.
The singer announced the yard sale earlier this week and gave his home address. It's the second time he's done so, the first being when he invited Offset and Migos to fight him.
The yard sale was first come first serve, so people started forming a line early in the morning. Twenty people were allowed to shop at a time to purchase items from Brown's Black Pyramid line.
TMZ reports that a Code Enforcement officer from the L.A. Dept. of Building and Safety visited the R&B star the night before the yard sale. It was mainly to tell him what was allowed and what wasn't. The officer denied Brown was harassed as some reports have suggested.
An LAPD officer visited Chris as well and told him that he needed a permit for the yard sale when he actually didn't. So it definitely seemed like city officials didn't want the "No Guidance" crooner to have the sale in the first place.
Are you surprised the crowd only turned out to be in the hundreds and not the thousands?