The RnB singer hasn't been able to leave the country for three days.
Chris Brown has been allowed to leave the Philippines after being barred from traveling for three days over a dispute with a promoter.
A video Brown posted today on his Twitter suggests that the situation might have been resolved. "We finna come to Macau, party tonight," says Brown in the clip. Macau in China is the next stop on Brown's tour.
Yesterday, the 'Loyal' singer posted a since-deleted Instagram video of him kneeling in his hotel room begging the government to allow him to leave the country.
"Please, please, let us leave, please," says Brown in the clip, which was captioned ""OBAMA!!!!!!!!!!".
His jet was grounded on the orders of the Philippine government since Tuesday after a concert promoter filed a complaint alleging he failed to appear for a New Years Eve show.
Brown was to due perform on 31 December last year at a gig sponsored by the indigenous Christian group Iglesia ni Cristo. He reportedly said that he'd lost his passport, so he couldn't travel.
According to BBC News, the justice department prevented him from leaving until he could produce a document showing he has no legal obligations in the country.
The 'Yeah' singer performed in Manila on Tuesday and is due to play a number of dates in Asia and Europe.