Kodak Black was scheduled to perform in Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver on the "Dying To Live" tour.
It's been a controversial few months for Kodak Black. He's made some inappropriate comments towards Reginae Carter, Young M.A., and Lauren London and his sexual assault trial has been a reoccurring topic in the news cycle in recent times. He's exhibited reckless behavior over the past few months which has drawn both concern and criticism. The rapper recently got into some trouble at the Canada-U.S. Border where he was arrested on gun and marijuana possession-related charges. Unfortunately, this may have played a factor in his recent cancellation of a slew of Canadian shows.
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Canada won't be getting a visit from Kodak Black on his "Dying To Live" tour. Live Nation confirmed the rapper's shows in Montreal on Monday, in Toronto on the 23rd, and his May 7th show in Vancouver was canceled due to "unforeseen circumstances."
"Due to unforeseen circumstances the Kodak Black shows in Montreal (4/22), Toronto (4/23), and Vancouver (5/7) have been canceled. Ticketholders can receive refunds at point of purchase," they wrote on Facebook.
The Vancouver show was postponed from the previously scheduled March 24th date at the PNE Forum. The venue announced that the postponement was due to "scheduling conflicts."
Kodak's DJ revealed the real reason behind the postponement was because of border issues. "I didn’t know it’s was so hard getting into Canada, but for all the fans who wanted to see Kodak Black tonight sorry! Y’all government don’t play the radio, just know we tried to get in there for y’all and Kodak is very upset about the outcome of this situation. #DyingToLiveTour," he wrote in a since-deleted Instagram post.