Chris Brown is feeling the heat after Canadian officials wouldn't let him enter the country yesterday because he's a convicted felon.
Breezy's ban caused The Between The Sheets tour, which also features Trey Songz and Tyga, to cancel sold out dates last night in Montreal and tonight in Toronto.
Brown responded to his critics who said he should have tried to deal with Canada's policy on felons before the last moment with a comment on The Shade Room's instagram.
"Some people are ignorant as hell... Don't you think we would have cancelled if I knew we would get denied. It's a process...," he wrote.Yes, it is a process. But it's well known that Canada (like the United States) doesn't like to let convicted felons (like Brown) into its borders. Enough lawyering will probably get you a pass. But when you get rejected the day of your first show in Canada -- like Brown was -- it certainly seems like somebody royally screwed the "process" up.
Maybe the same person who decided to start The Between The Sheets tour before Brown was cleared by a US judge for in-country travel.
Chris Brown needs new management.
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