SOUTH AFRICAN  music fans fearing that Chris Brown’s SA tour is in danger because of his probation issues needn’t worry.

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Brown’s US tour was delayed this week so that he could complete the last community service hours as required by his parole. The US tour will start after he completes his community service which means his parole is then completed.

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“The SA tour is not affected in any way by the recent change in dates of Breezy’s US Tour,” says Glen Netshipise of Glen21 Entertainment, on behalf of fellow promoters Sobukwe Jali (Jalibird) and Thato Segaole (Vertex Events).

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“The SA tour featuring August Alsina is going ahead as planned. Tickets are selling fast and we encourage fans not to miss out on this epic line-up by purchasing their tickets now through ticketpro.co.za.”

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In a Twitter message earlier this week, a disappointed Chris Brown personally apologised to all his fans and told them how he is “busting his ass”, doing community service everyday so he can be back on stage soon. The show must go on, he wrote.

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Grammy Award winning and multi-platinum-selling singer-songwriter Chris Brown will be in South Africa for two concerts. “Breezy” begins his tour at the Coca-Cola Dome, Johannesburg on Thursday, 2 April 2015, followed by a second concert at the Moses Mabhida People’s Park, Durban on Saturday, 4 April 2015.