The 2 High 2 Die tour has come a cropper on the Canadian border.
Last Autumn, Brown was denied entry into Canada when touring with A$AP Rocky’s Long Live A$AP tour. As Pitchfork report, Brown has once again fallen foul of the country’s border officials.
Brown is currently in the midst of his 2 High 2 Die tour alongside Action Bronson, and was due to enter the country last night. As Brown approached Calgary, he tweeted the message, “Headed to Calgary Canada .. fingers crossed .. Pray 4 the bruh bruh y’all.” Some hours later came the message, “Sorry Canada .. I tried.” Subsequent messages expressed his disappointment:
“That’s so fucked up … Did all this paperwork .. Paid all this money and still got denied .. I’m so sorry … I know I’m not trying again .. It’s a wrap on Canada bruh bruh … My past continues to haunt me.”
Scheduled shows in British Columbia and Alberta will now take place in his absence, with Action Bronson performing solo. Brown’s people are working to guarantee Brown’s entry into the country on October 1-2, when he’s slated to perform in Toronto and Montreal.
Brown will release new album OLD on September 30; Purity Ring, Rustie, Schoolboy Q and Charli XCX are among the confirmed guests. We’re surprised he didn’t get a free pass on the brilliant album artwork alone.