Chris Brown cancels Toronto and Montreal shows after being kicked out of Canada
Chris Brown was kept away from Canada, as the American artist ultimately canceled upcoming shows in Toronto and Montreal. Chris Brown was denied access to Canada at the Canada-US border and turned away.Read also – International flights: Air India resumes flight services to Canada and Vancouver | Check out the full schedule here
The Rhythm and Blues (R&B) star tweeted that he was turned back from the border hours before taking the stage for the show in Montreal. But, he also said he would come back. Chris Brown tweeted: “The good folks in the Canadian government wouldn’t let me in. I will be back this summer and hope to see all my Canadian fans! Also read – Latest news on international flights: Canada lifts travel ban on travelers from India | Read the latest guidelines here
The refusal to let Chris Brown enter Canada was confirmed by Nicole Perna, spokesperson for the singer. She also confirmed that Chris Brown intended to return to Canada at a later date, which was not disclosed. Fans obviously defected as people from as far away as New York City had made the trip to watch Chris Brown play but had to return without enjoying the performance. Also Read – Delta’s globally dominant Covid strain, now spread to 185 countries: WHO
There were a lot of police deployments outside of the Bell Center in Montreal where the show was supposed to take place. Chris Brown fans who purchased tickets to the show can get the point-of-purchase refunds, but no one preferred to have their money refunded during the show.