Los Angeles, Sep 24: Singer Chris Brown has had to postpone two gigs in Tokyo after being denied entry to Japan. The “Beautiful People” singer has been forced to propose shows in Tokyo that were due to take place next week after being refused a working visa over an ongoing investigation relating to him allegedly threatening a woman at his house with a gun following a row over jewellery, reported TMZ. Also Read - International Flights: India, Japan Announce Air Bubble, Fly Directly From Delhi to Tokyo From Nov 2 | Details Here

A Japanese consulate official said the country has a “low tolerance” for admitting visitors with criminal backgrounds and open investigations. A statement on the ticket retailer’s website confirmed the gigs had been postponed due to a “logistical visa issue” and advised fans are able to obtain refunds. (ALSO READ: Chris Brown faces child services investigation for safety of daughter Royalty) Also Read - Machu Picchu in Peru Reopens After 8 Months, But Only For 1 Japanese Tourist. Know Why

The 27-year-old singer has insisted he is innocent and maintained “the truth” about Baylee Curran’s allegations against him will come out eventually. Also Read - In Strong Repulse to China, India Invites Australia, Forms 'Quad' Alliance in Malabar Naval Drill | What to Expect