The Game (actual title Jayceon Terrell Taylor) was reportedly denied entry into Canada by the Canadian Government on Wednesday (January 9). A Canadian leisure web site supplied a screenshot of the rejected software to its Instagram account.

According to the paperwork, Kushner Immigration Consultants, Inc. denied Game’s software for a Temporary Resident Permit. Consequently, all the Game’s scheduled dates on his Canadian tour have been referred to as off. The run was anticipated to kick off on Tuesday (January 15) in Calgary.

In an announcement from the International Touring Agency, The Game was relieved of any duty in relation to the tour’s cancelation.

“Due to circumstances past the artist, administration, company and promoter’s management, we remorse to announce that “The Game’s Canadian Tour 2019″ is canceled because of the Canadian Government denying the artist’s TRP [Temporary Resident Permit] software to enter legally into our nation,” the assertion learn.

“In regards to any false press you might even see surfacing to be clear artist the GAME and administration ‘DID NOT CANCEL’ the Canadian tour. He was very excited to come back to Canada and looking out ahead to seeing his Canadian followers after so lengthy.”

All ticket holders are eligible for a full refund.

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