Chris Brown Gun Case Derailed Japan Tour; Singer Denied Entry

Chris Brown still experiencing some fallout from his recent gun case.

Japan has denied the R&B singer entry into the country as a result of his pending weapons and assault charges. The “Grass Ain’t Greener” singer was arrested last month following a lengthy swat standoff at his Tarzana home in California. Former beauty queen Baylee Curran told cops that Brown pulled a gun on her and during a heated argument inside his home.

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Despite Chris Brown and his lawyer maintaining his innocence, that was enough for Japanese authorities to deny him entry into that country for his upcoming performance in Tokyo next week. Breezy is having the same problem with Australian authorities. Both countries have a zero tolerance for individuals with criminal records especially an open case as serious as this, TMZ reported.

This is not the first time Chris Brown is having trouble performing overseas. His Rihanna assault case also affected his overseas earnings with some countries in Europe denying entry to perform.

Chris Brown is currently working on his new album “Heartbreak on a Full Moon” due sometime this fall. He has been working on the project since May of this year.