Yesterday,news broke outChris Brown will most probably be denies an Australian visa when he attempts to enter the country for a 3-piece tour in December. Michaelia Cash, Australia’s new minister for women, said, “People need to understand if you are going to commit domestic violence and then you want to travel around the world, there are going to be countries that say to you, ‘You cannot come in becaue you are not of the character we expect in Australia.’” She was also supported by Australia’s new prime minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Chris Brown caught wind of the numerous reports and took to Instagram to address the situation. He claimed he is not banned from the country and the whole story is false. He posted a now-deleted screenshot of TMZ’s headline and captioned it:THIS STORY IS FALSE AND ILL BE IN AUSTRALIA IN DECEMBER. To all the fans , don’t listen or be discouraged to buy tickets. My presales tickets sold out in the first 2 minutes.”
There’s one little problem, though. While this is not the first time Breezy refutes reports by TMZ, the online tabloid was not the exclusive source. We assure you the story is pretty authentic since it includes quotationsfrom politicians and most of the major media outlets also reported on it. Apparently, CB believes he will resolve the situation in the coming months and ultimately perform on the smallest continent. Until then, heobviously plans on playing it cool