Hip-hop group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony were denied entry into Canada early Wednesday morning (January 30), as they prepared to head on a sold out tour through the country, reported BallerStatus.com.
The group said they were told their entry into Canada was denied by Customs officials because their music was “too violent.”
Krayzie Bone told BallerSatus.com: “We never had a problem going over there, but all of the sudden, they talking the music is too violent… I’m like ‘Man, that’s crazy because we doing the same music we’ve done every time we came over there and nothing never happened.'”
The group was scheduled to leave for Canada Wednesday morning for five sold out dates — including stops in Calgary, Vancouver and Winnipeg. These concert dates have been canceled.