Troubled singer Chris Brown failed to convince the Australian government that he won't bitch slap any women while he's on tour down under.
In September I told you Brown was banned from touring the entire continent of Australia due to his felony domestic violence conviction when he assaulted ex-girlfriend, Rihanna.
Brown 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.
But his words fell on deaf ears. Australia refused to approve his travel visa, so the tour was canceled.
Brown also canceled an appearance on Trevor Noah's Comedy Central after word got out that Noah's staff objected to Brown being there.
According to the tabloids, half of Noah's staff didn't want him on the set. They probably feared he might snap and bitch slap one of Noah's female staff members.
Brown was scheduled to appear on the live television talk show to promote his new album, Royalty. Brown plans to donate a portion of proceeds from the sale of the album to charity.