The Canadian government is not a fan of Chris Brown!
The "Look At Me Now" singer was forced to cancel his upcoming shows in Montreal and Toronto after he was denied entry into the country.
"The good people of the Canadian government wouldn't allow me entry,” the 25-year-old rapper tweeted on Tuesday, which he has since been deleted. “I'll be back this summer and will hopefully see all my Canadian fans!"
Brown was scheduled to perform alongside rappers Trey Songz and Tyga at the Bell Centre in Montreal on Tuesday and the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Wednesday, According to Brown’s tweets, both shows were sold out.
Tour promoter Live Nation said in a statement released to CBC News that Brown’s denial into the country was "due to immigration issues."
It’s possible the "immigration issues" could stem from Brown’s past legal troubles. In 2009, he was arrested in a domestic violence case, and subsequently charged with felony assault, after attacking his then-girlfriend Rihanna. Brown pled guilty. In 2013, he was arrested again for felony assault in Washington, D.C.
Check out the video below for an interview with Brown in which he opens up about his chequered past.