MANILA, Philippines (AP) -- Grammy award-winning singer Chris Brown says he's confused about why he's stuck in Manila, where his scheduled departure has been delayed by a fraud complaint over a canceled concert last New Year's Eve.

A Gulf Stream private jet chartered by Grammy award-winning singer Chris Brown, sits at the end of a taxiway housing private hangars of the Manila Domestic Airport at suburban Pasay city, south of Manila (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)

Officials said Thursday that the R&B singer remained in the Philippines after he was prevented from leaving on Wednesday following a concert the day before.

He has not applied for the emigration clearance he needs to be allowed to leave the country.

In videos posted on Instagram, Brown clowns around, asking, "Can somebody please tell me what the (expletive) is going on?"

In another video, he says when he gets to customs he will say he's done nothing wrong.

He then breaks into a dance amid laughter in the background.

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