Troubled singer Chris Brown is reflecting on his problems caused by his poor impulse control and bipolar disorder. Brown, 26, was recently banned from the entire continent of Australia, meaning his application for a work Visa was rejected due to his ongoing legal troubles.
Unlike other countries, Australia's crime rate is very low due to Australia policing its borders and keeping criminal elements out. The murder rate in Australia is about 5 per 100,000 residents. Robberies and petty crimes are slightly higher.
Brown tweeted about his latest banishment, and he even offered to go to Australia and use his star status to record a PSA to "spread awareness" about domestic violence -- a crime that barely registers on police blotters in Australia.
"I'm not the pink elephant in the room anymore," he tweeted.
What Brown fails to realize is Australia's awareness of domestic violence -- and its damaging effects on women and children -- is the very reason why he is not welcome over there.
Brown was recently linked to an alleged assault of a woman on his tour bus during a concert tour stop in Denver, CO.