The Grammy award-winning performer was sentenced to five years’ probation – now lifted – a year-long domestic violence programme and 180 days of community labour. Breezy’s management team released a statement yesterday (Sept. 29) confirming that the R&B singer has not been denied entry to Australia, after a few reports claimed that he was already denied access due to his infamous record of domestic violence.
“Over the course of the weekend a lot of people started reaching out to us and raising the issue of the racist aspects of this campaign”, Oosting now says, highlighting what he calls Australia’s unjust immigration system.
“It’s still all about a concert and making money, but if we can leverage anything off that crowd, then it’s all a contribution to the common cause”.
I for one hope the Immigration Department stands firm and treats him like any other domestic violence offender by saying no – you’re not coming. “There are wide range of white Australian men who have committed acts of domestic violence who enjoy celebrity status”.
The star has toured Australia twice since his conviction but the government has been put under increasing pressure this time round. “I’m not the pink elephant in the room anymore”, he wrote.
My life errors must be a get up name for everybody.
Brown has apparently taken the advice of Wendy Williams, who made the suggestion during the Hot Topics segment of her talk show last week. “Trying to prevent spousal abuse”, unfortunately pulling the victim card before actually mentioning the real issue at hand. The youth don’t listen to parents nor do they listen to (public service announcements). We’ll wait and see if Australian officials are open to the idea.