Chris Brown isn’t out of trouble just yet! The rapper is reportedly being forced to CANCEL his upcoming Japan shows because of the recent incident with Baylee Curran, which is currently under investigation by the LAPD. Read all the details of this new development, right here.
Chris Brown, 27, went from hero to zero in the eyes of Japanese officials, who are now FORBIDDING the rapper from entering the country, according to a new report by TMZ. Chris, who has multiple shows lined up in Tokyo, reportedly applied to enter Japan under a work visa, but was flagged down and denied entry. This unfortunate incident stems from Chris’ alleged incident with Baylee Curran, during which he allegedly pointed a gun at her and demanded she leave his house.
An off-the-record Japanese official reportedly told TMZ that their country has a very low tolerance for allowing visitors with criminal backgrounds to enter. Poor Chris must be getting used to this kind of international mess, seeing as how he was denied entry into Australia and New Zealand after assaulting Rihanna in 2009.
It was just a few weeks ago that Chris allegedly pulled a gun out in his Tarzana home and pointed it at Baylee, a supposed friend of Chris’, who was partying at his house. He was arrested the next day for assault with a deadly weapon, and was released on bail shortly thereafter. The rapper was supposed to show up in court on Sept. 20 for an arraignment — but authorities reportedly missed the deadline, and also didn’t present the file to the district attorney…so, Chris was off the hook…at least, for a little while.
Authorities were quick to bounce back with their own explanation, stating that they were (and still are) 100% dedicated to the investigation regarding Chris. The most recent update is that the arraignment date has been extended by 15 days, which should give the police enough time to finish their paperwork and present the case to prosecutors.
HollywoodLifers, are you shocked that Chris may not be able to perform in Japan?