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Chris Brown Barred From Entering New Zealand Leading To Cancellation Of Tour Date

September 21. 2015

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Chris Brown has been denied a visa to New Zealand, after announcing a tour date in the nation. Brown, who has a history as a convicted felon, stemming from the Rihanna domestic violence case and misdemeanors that occurred since that time regarding men, was forced to cancel the scheduled stop in New Zealand that was announced as apart of his "One Hell Of A Nite" concert tour.

Brown has been legally barred from entering Canada, Britain and Australia, among other nations, over his criminal record. However, this is not specific to him, as it is standard procedure in large world nations, including Brown's native America, regarding people convicted of felonies seeking to enter other nations.

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