Just when Chris Brown thought his troubles with the law were over, more drama surfaced.
The singer, who has shows scheduled in Tokyo next week, has been denied entry into Japan because of the LAPD’s investigation into his gun case. Sources say that Brown applied for permission to enter the country on a working visa, but Japanese officials flagged him and denied it after he was arrested last month on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon.
CB was scheduled to play at the Tokyo International Forum September 26th and 27th, but the dates were postponed. This is not the first time Brown’s legal drama has gotten in the way of overseas money. He was also denied entry into Australia due to the Rihanna domestic abuse case. A Japanese official revealed that their country has a very low tolerance for admitting visitors with criminal backgrounds and open cases.
For the love of his fans, Chris Brown may reapply for Japan before the actual tour dates despite the gun investigation case dragging.
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