First Drake And Chris Brown Performance Gets Cancelled
On the heels of much speculation about their yet-to-be-released collabo, former frenemies Chris Brown and Drake have run into a huge road bump with regard to their plans to hit the stage together for the first time at Drake’s OVO Music Festival on Monday.
According to TMZ reports, Drake invited Breezy join him on stage in Canada to perform their new song, but Chris’ team pulled the plug on the plans after they realized that it would be virtually impossible for Breezy to gain entry into the country due to his felony record not quite sitting well with Canada’s “zero tolerance” policy for criminals.
The planned performance was, of course, a pretty big deal since it would have been the first time Drake and Chris hit the stage together EVER….and since there’s rumored to be some subtle shade thrown at Rihanna in the lyrics to their new song.
“Dayuuum, dayummm, dayyuuum!”
Shortly after the news broke that his team scrapped their joint performance, Breezy send his fans a lengthy, sentimental message, seemingly addressing the hiccup. Hit the flip to hear what he had to say.
Hopefully they can figure something out by Monday so that this planned performance can still take place. And hopefully Chris has learned for good this time that his actions can have an irreversibly negative impact on his career, his money….and his life in general if he doesn’t clean up his act.