Chris Brown has a thing for street art, but his neighbors aren't too fond of it. According to E! News, the L.A. Department of Building and Safety denied the singer's plea on Thursday (July 11th) to keep the graffiti mural on a wall that faces the street outside of his house. CB was cited in May for having "unpermitted and excessive signage." He was also fined $356.16 and was ordered to have the mural removed. The neighbors along with the City Councilman -- Tom LaBonge, agree that the mural is an eye sore. The councilman said, "They jump right out at you. They aren't just at the curb by the bins. It is all the way up the side of the house. I can see them in a commercial area. There were complaints from the neighbors and the neighborhood association, and city code inspectors acted appropriately and required the homeowner be in compliance with city codes." However, Breezy and his attorney -- Mark Geragos, aren't going down without a fight. The two filed an appeal on June 3rd claiming that the wall art was "for the sole purpose of enhancing the architectural and aesthetic features of the residential property." Geragos added, "The murals are a reflection of the homeowner's aesthetic taste and a reflection of free speech and expression protected by the First Amendment." In other CB news, the singer gave Jessie J his stamp of approval on her "Fine China" cover. The singer tweeted, "Jessie J you're beyond incredible!"