Chris Brown finally allowed to leave Philippines
R&B star Chris Brown, who was stuck in Manila for three days due to a fraud complaint, was finally allowed to leave the country.
Los Angeles: R&B star Chris Brown, who was stuck in Manila for three days due to a fraud complaint, was finally allowed to leave the country.
The singer, 26, landed in trouble for canceling a New Year's Eve concert in 2014.
"Manila It was fun, I love you all man!" the singer posted on his Instragram today as he walked with an entourage to board a private plane at an airport hangar.
"Party tonight!" he added.
Brown used his Instagram account to gather support following the complaint by Maligaya Development Corporation, which is owned by the politically influential religious group Iglesia ni Cristo, reported People magazine.
They allege that Brown and his Canadian promoter John Michael Pio Roda, backed out of that concert after they'd been paid in full for a USD 1 million contract. They claim they were told that
Brown had lost his passport and would be unable to attend the show.
Brown was in Manila for a concert but got to know that he will not be allowed to leave due to the legal case.