Chris Brown Set Free From the Philippines
Church linked to the incident accused of kidnapping ministers in the past; Breezy heads to Macau performs "BBHMM."
Published July 25, 2015
After being barred from leaving the Philippines due to a contract dispute with a religious group, Chris Brown has finally been given clearance to depart. Breezy left the country on Friday (July 24), headed for Hong Kong at 9:04 p.m. local time, reports The Associated Press.
The 26-year-old seemed relieved as he made his departure, as indicated from a video he posted to his Twitter account. "Manila, it was fun. I love y'all man," he said in the clip.
The Philippine Department of Justice reported that it issued an order earlier this week preventing the "Ayo" singer from leaving the country over a contract dispute. Prior to his departure, the singer took to Twitter protesting that he had nothing to do with the dispute — He has since deleted the series of tweets. The said dispute involved a New Year's Eve concert that Brown allegedly failed to perform at.