Breezy was denied entry to Australia on "character grounds".
After recently being denied entry to Australia due to his past criminal convictions, Chris Brown has offered to help raise awareness about domestic violence.
The ‘Zero’ singer was set to perform in the country on his 'One Hell Of A Nite' tour, but was denied an Australian visa by immigration minister Peter Dutton, who cited “character grounds”.
This stems back to Brown pleading guilty to assaulting Rihanna in 2009.
However, Breezy has taken to Twitter to offer his support to victims of domestic violence in Australia.
I would be more than grateful to come to Australia to raise awareness about domestic violence.Im not the pink elephant in the room anymore— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) September 29, 2015
My life mistakes should be a wake up call for everyone. Showing the world that mistakes don't define you. Trying to prevent spousal abuse— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) September 29, 2015
The youth don't listen to parents nor do they listen to PSA's. The power that we have as Entertainers can change lives.— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) September 29, 2015
It is currently unknown whether Australia will reverse its decision but it appears unlikely after they upheld a similar ruling with boxer Floyd Mayweather.