As he is a convicted felon, Chris Brown isn't allowed into Canada to perform at Drake's OVO Fest on Monday.
It's been a rough week for Chis Brown (actually more like a rough few years, but let's just focus on the most recent of his woes). Days after being dumped by Karrueche Tran, the R&B star's hopes of performing with Drake at Toronto's OVO Fest on Monday have been crushed, thanks to the criminal record that seemingly follows him everywhere.
As Canada has a very strict policy when it comes to allowing convicted felons into the country, Breezy's management team was forced to cancel a trip to Toronto that would have had him performing a new collaborative track with Drake (or so TMZ says). The previously-beefing pair were recently spotted together in the studio and performing a skit at the ESPYs. Guess we'll have to wait for eitherÂ Views From The 6Â or an upcoming CB album to hear their new track.