Chris Brown is feeling philosophical as he faces a possible return to prison, insisting, "Nothing can stop what God has planned".
The singer's probation stemming from his 2009 assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna has been revoked after it was determined that he broke court orders by leaving Los Angeles County to play a gig in San Jose, California last weekend (10-11Jan15).
Officials also cited Brown's failure to complete his court-ordered community service before the recommended deadline for the decision.
Brown, who spent time in jail last year (14), could end up back behind bars if he is found to have wilfully violated the terms of his probation, but the Kiss Kiss star is staying positive.
In a message to fans, posted on Twitter.com, he writes, "Nothing can stop what God has planned. Surround yourself with elevators! It's almost over... Keeping pushing forward and don't break!"
Brown remains free until a court hearing on 20 March (15) when his fate will be decided. Five revellers were injured in a shooting at the San Jose nightclub during Brown's appearance, but the judge overseeing the case determined there was no evidence he had any involvement.