Philippine authorities say Chris Brown has left Philippines after delay due to …

24 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Chris Brown is finally on his way out of the Philippines after a three-day delay.

The 26-year-old singer recently uploaded a series of videos on the social networking site, out of which some were deleted, where most of the clips were captioned, “OBAMA!!!!!,” reported People Magazine.Before he was granted clearance to leave the Philippines, American singer Chris Brown made extensive use of his various social media accounts to voice his concern regarding his situation.MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A Philippine official says a plane carrying Chris Brown has taken off from Manila’s airport after a legal complaint stranded the Grammy award-winning singer for three days. Previously, the ‘Loyal’ hit-maker was barred from leaving the country due to a complaint filed by Maligaya Development Corporation, which is owned by the politically influential religious group Iglesia ni Cristo.

The 26-year-old R&B artist has been stuck in Manila for a third day after running afoul of a corporation, run by an influential religious group’s members, that filed a fraud complaint against him for a cancelled New Year’s Eve gig. Journalists saw Brown and around 10 others boarding his private plane parked at an airport hangar, with one taking a selfie before going into the plane.

I did the show three days ago.” Brown also posted a few videos on his Instagram account, which consisted of pleas and rants interspersed with dance moves. Tan said Brown obtained the departure clearance at the bureau’s extension office and not at the main office in downtown Manila where dozens of journalists were staking out. Brown’s fans weren’t all too happy to hear of his “detention,” reviving a widely shared hashtag which gained popularity during his various court appearances.

Fans in Hong Kong also did not take kindly to Brown’s extended stay in the country, which caused the singer to miss his scheduled Hong Kong performance date. In its complaint, the Maligaya Development Corp. alleged Brown and promoter John Michael Pio Roda cancelled after being paid in full for a $1 million contract. Justice Secretary Leila de Lima said state prosecutors will summon Brown for a preliminary investigation into the complaint, but his presence at that stage of the criminal proceedings can be waived.

Charges will be filed in court if prosecutors find probable cause to charge Brown and the promoter. “What is important at this point is for him to know that there are criminal proceedings against him at the preliminary investigation level,” De Lima told reporters.

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