Chris Brown’s Canada Ban: The Internet Reacts And Holds Drake Responsible

ICYMI, Chris Brown was banned from entering Canada earlier this week, with Live Nation citing “immigration issues” as the reason.

However, the internet being, well, the internet decided that this was all just a big lie and that there was actually a certain Canadian rapper behind Chris’ ban. DRAKE.

God love ya, internet.

Chris Brown's Canada Ban: The Internet Reacts And Holds Drake Responsible
By MazSight

Just hours before 25-year-old Chris was set to perform in Montreal on Tuesday (followed by a show in Toronto today), as part of his Between The Sheets tour, he was denied entry into Canada.

He was forced to cancel both shows, tweeting: “Unfortunately I will not be able to perform in front of sold out crowds in Montreal & Toronto.

“The good people of the Canadian government wouldn’t allow me entry. I’ll be back this summer and will hopefully see all my Canadian fans!”

Weirdly, both tweets have now been deleted, although it’s pretty unclear as to why since we can’t see anything wrong with them.

Although many claim that the ban could be due to his criminal history, the internet has a different approach, blaming Drake for stopping his rival coming in to the country.

Again, we ruddy love you internet. NEVER LEAVE US.

The two have had some major beef recently, with Chris slamming 28-year-old Drake as a “corny rapper,” and hinting that he’s not a friend.

Drake apparently responded by changing a lyric in song ‘Energy’ from “I got rap n****s that I gotta act like I like” to  “I got R&B n****s that I gotta act like I like,” but according to Twitter, that wasn’t enough revenge.

We’re going to let the tweets that exploded last night do the talking here, because they’re absolutely genius and hilarious and everything, really.

Well done, everyone.

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