When it comes to fans of his who are struggling with mental illness, Chris Brown wants them to know that, even in the darkest of moments, there is love to be had from the outside world. 

The Heartbreak on a Full Moon singer took to his Instagram profile to share a heartfelt message with all of his followers that encouraged everybody to do their part in making sure that anyone who is suffering from mental illness, at the very least, knows that they are loved, no matter what life's circumstances might be telling them otherwise.

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Breezy addressed the post to any "suicidal followers" he has, stating: "This is a sign not to kill yourself. You are loved and the world is special because you are in it. Keep holding on." While the exact language of the post might seem a little too general, there's no denying that the sentiment behind such a message comes from a good place, a fact that was acknowledged by many fans who turned up in the comments section to thank Brown for his words of kindness and acceptance. The image also carries a footnote that reads: "Reblog this when it's on your dash. You will save someone's life."

Chris' latest studio effort, an unwieldy 45-track double album, has taken the R&B world by storm this Fall, giving the singer another Gold record after just one week on the market. What makes that feat even more impressive is the fact that Brown dropped the LP mid-week, meaning that he lost out on a potential sales boost compared to his competitors, who had a full week's worth of face time with consumers. Despite all that, HBOAFM continues to rake in the streaming spins, proving that Breezy is still a hot commodity in the music industry. 

The multi-talented performer also recently received a shout-out on social media from Joe Jackson, well-known music manager and the father to arguably the greatest of the all, Michael Jackson. Though MJ and CB have often been compared because of their facility to sing and dance at a very high level, getting the Jackson patriarch's stamp of approval surely means something so much more.