Chris Brown was finally cleared to leave the Philippines after being held by authorities in Manila for days over contract dispute with a promoter.
The “Ayo” hitmaker made several appeal through social media from his hotel room to leave the country. Even hashtag #Obama while pleading for help. But after two days Authorities gave the 26-year-old singer clearance to leave and he made a run for it to Hong Kong.
In a video posted on his Twitter page, Brown said, “Manila it was fun, love y’all man… If you’re free to come to Macau… party tonight! turnup!”
— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) July 24, 2015
The dispute that held Chris Brown in Manila for two days was about a concert that he was suppose to performed at on New Years Eve but didn’t show, according to TMZ.
The promoter said that he paid the singer a million dollars and is demanding a refund. So after performing in the city for another concert this week, authorities issued a warrant to hold him until the situation was dealt with.
Brown denied the allegations and said that he has done nothing wrong. Chris Brown will be performing in Macau tonight.