Promoters have declined to comment.
“This documentary should not be available via Netflix, nor promoted or supported by Netflix”
“[We] in no way, shape or form [support] any violence, especially domestic violence.”
He allegedly pointed a gun at a woman’s head.
The troubled singer has had another brush with the law.
Time to give that snapback back?
“This isn’t just about that idiot tho—the fact that’s a song in popular culture that some A&R person was like ‘this is great’ saddens me.”
The saga is far from over.
Brown allegedly hit the woman and stole her phone after she tried to take a photo of him.
Somebody fucked up.
Following a storm of drama surrounding his admittance in to the country.
Activist group GetUp! have apologised for “racist aspects” of a successful campaign they ran pleading with the government to deny Chris Brown’s entry into the country for a tour in December. GetUp! rounded up nearly 15,000 signatures urging immigration minister Peter Dutton to refuse Chris Brown a visa into the country, however, they have since
Chris Brown is trying his best to convince the Australian government that he’s one of the good guys, after they formally moved to bar him from entering the country, based on his prior domestic assault convictions. After first calling his visa denial “all media and bullshit” and accusing politicians of turning him into a pariah
US rapper Chris Brown has reportedly hired a team of Australian lawyers to help him appeal the Australian Government’s decision to deny him a visa to enter the country for his upcoming One Hell Of A Nite Tour, which is scheduled for December. According to Sky News, Brown has recruited a group of Australian legal
Organisers of Chris Brown‘s Australian tour have publicly responded to the Australian Government’s move to bar him from entering the country, imploring fans tickets to the shows will go on sale as planned. The R&B singer’s visa application was officially slapped down by Immigration Minister Peter Dutton over the weekend, based on Brown’s domestic violence
After threatening to stop Chris Brown from touring Australia because of his history of domestic violence against former girlfriend Rihanna, the Australian Government has told the US singer it will refuse his visa application to enter the country for his upcoming national tour. As The Guardian reports, Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has confirmed that Brown’s
Following on from news that activist organisation GetUp! started a petition to deny Chris Brown entry to Australia over his violent past, the Australian government has today made statements suggesting they are considering the request. The petition states that allowing Brown to enter the country would send the wrong message to women, the US singer
A new petition is calling on US singer Chris Brown, who was on probation for assaulting his ex-girlfriend Rihanna until March this year, to be denied entry to Australia for his upcoming national tour. The petition, launched by the not-for-profit group GetUp!, is addressed to Immigration Minister Peter Dutton, and asks him to refuse Brown