Chris Brown Can’t Leave the Philippines Due to Contract Dispute
Chris Brown has a tendency to piss off the wrong people. After having his Los Angeles House robbed by criminals, the singer now finds himself stranded in the Philippines because he owes a group of promoters money for a missed performance.
According to Yahoo, Brown was barred from leaving the country when he attempted to head over to Hong Kong to perform. An order was issued by the Philippine Department of Justice on Tuesday (July 22) to prevent him from leaving the country. Breezy is being held accountable for missing a New Year's Eve show slated back in 2014.
The order requires Brown to pay back the money he was given to perform for a religious group. The "Loyal" crooner canceled the 2014 show in the Philippines because he lost his passport the day before. "Due to unfortunate circumstances I can't bring in the new year with you...," he tweeted in regards to the New Year's Eve performance last year.
The management company, Maligaya Development Corp., was informed by Brown's rep that he wouldn't be attending the show and was in Los Angeles. "According to them, Chris Brown lost his passport the day before the scheduled event," Maligaya said in a statement. "Hence despite having entered into a contract with us, Chris Brown would not be able to comply with his obligation to perform."
Things like this have obviously come back to haunt the singer.
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