Kanye West Yeezus Tour

Kanye West’s Case:

A no contest plea is treated the same as a guilty plea for purposes of the sentencing.

Judge Alan Rubin sentenced West to serve two years’ probation for the misdemeanor battery conviction. He must attend 24 anger management sessions, perform 250 hours of community service and pay restitution to the victim.
Full Story: CNN

Chris Brown’s Case:

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James Brandlin said he was concerned about a “provocative” statement counselors said Brown wrote on a card at the Malibu rehab center. “I am good at using guns and knives,” according to a document read in court. The rehab program told Brown to leave because of that statement and two other rules violations, the document said. Brown refused a drug test — which his lawyer denied — and he touched elbows with a female patient, according to the document.
Brown’s next chance to get out of jail comes on April 23 when Brandlin considers if his arrest on a misdemeanor assault charge in Washington justifies keeping him locked up.
Full Story: CNN

Looks like Kanye will have to pay off the photographer he attacked in the upcoming civil case but at least he avoided jail time. Chris Brown on the other hand will be stuck in jail for a while.