Chris Brown Wants to Raise Awareness About Domestic Violence in Australia

“People to whom these notices are issued have 28 days to present material as to why they should be given a visa to enter Australia“, Peter Dutton, an immigrations spokesman from Australia, explained about the notice that Brown was given.


Brown’s tweets got here out because the Aussie authorities is giving him an opportunity via a “case for entry” that his earlier felony case because of beating then-girlfriend Rihanna won’t incite unsafe instance to the general public, TMZ reported. The brutal bashing saw Brown sentenced to five years probation, one year of domestic violence counselling, and six months of community service.

American singer Chris Brown might bring a positive message when he performs in New Zealand, but an anti-violence group says that is no justification for letting him into the country. “We caused angst and grief and we are unreservedly apologising for that”. “There are wide range of white Australian men who have committed acts of domestic violence who enjoy celebrity status”. “So I don’t think there is any justification in making an exception for him”.

My life errors must be a get up name for everybody. Showing the world that mistakes don’t define you.


Brown has visited Australia twice since 2009 but newly appointed Minister for Women Michaelia Cash last week suggested he may be banned this time amid heightened awareness about family violence. “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 PSAs. “The power that we have as Entertainers can change lives”, he wrote. We’ll wait and see if Australian officials are open to the idea.

Chris Brown Determined To Perform In Australia; 'Mistakes Don't Define You'