Troubled singer Chris Brown apparently paid the $1 million he owed a Filipino religious sect for canceling a planned concert in Manilla last year.
The Philippine Church of Christ accused Brown of fraud after he was reportedly paid $1 million up front for a concert there on Dec. 31, 2014.
The Philippine Department of Justice barred Brown from leaving the country while they sorted out a contract dispute between Brown and the Church of Christ.
The Philippine DOJ consulted with the U.S. Department of Justice on possible charges they might file against Brown.
Brown's camp said the dispute was between the church and 2 janky promoters who allegedly took the money and ran.
Brown's people reportedly reached out to the homie, President Obama, who referred them back to the DOJ.
The DOJ previously advised Brown to prove his innocence to the Philippine government, aka, you're on your own, dude.
Brown posted a video on his official Twitter and Instagram accounts Friday morning, bidding farewell to the tiny Asian nation.
"Manila, it was fun. I luh y'all mane," Brown said.
Brown, who is on a world tour, said, "We finna come to Macau [China] tonight. Turn up!"
In the video, Brown is shadowed by Philippine government officials who made sure he got on the plane.
— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) July 24, 2015
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