Bobby Brown’s second DUI arrest of 2012, which occurred in Los Angeles in October, has landed the R&B veteran 55 days in jail.
TMZ reports that Brown was also sentenced to four years of probation and must complete an 18-month alcohol treatment program. He was arrested Oct. 24 after driving erratically and police say he had alcohol on his breath.
Brown, 44, pleaded no contest to the charges of DUI and driving on a suspended license. He must report to jail by March 20.
Earlier in the year, in March, Brown was arrested for DUI in Los Angeles and later pleaded no contest to that charge. Under a plea agreement, Brown checked himself into a rehabilitation center in August.
In between arrests, Brown got married to Alicia Etheredge and released his first album in 14 years.
Read more: Billboard
Tyler, The Creator makes TV Debut on Fallon
When Tyler, the Creator isn’t busy causing mayhem with the hip-hop collective Odd Future, he apparently plays keys: the rapper vamped on a grand piano last night on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon on the first of two songs from his forthcoming album Wolf, which is due April 2nd. The Roots helped dial in a jazzy vibe on “TreeHome,” while Coco from the Danish duo Quadron sang and Tyler interjected directions and exhortations.
When the song shifted into the harder hip-hop banger “Domo 23,” Tyler took center stage and, backed by a pair of hype men, delivered a flurry of rhymes in a gruff, lively voice while he windmilled his arm and flailed around.
Read more: RollingStone