AceShowbiz - Kodak Black was forced to postpone a show in Vancouver after he was denied entry to Canada, according to his tour DJ.
The "ZEZE" hitmaker, born Dieuson Octave, was due to perform at the city's PNE Forum on Tuesday, March 26, as part of his "Dying to Live" tour.
Kodak's show was postponed at the last minute, with an official announcement from venue bosses blaming the show being pushed to May on "scheduling conflicts".
However, his tour turntablist, DJ Showtime, claimed the last minute cancellation was down to their party being turned back at the U.S.-Canada border.
"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," he wrote in an Instagram post that has since been deleted from the social media site. "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."
POSTPONED SHOW ANNOUNCEMENT:— PNE Events / Playland (@PNE_Playland) 26 March 2019
Due to scheduling conflicts, the Kodak Black show scheduled for tonight, March 26 at the PNE Forum has been rescheduled for Tuesday, May 7.
Previously purchased tickets will be honoured at the door on the new date. pic.twitter.com/TIhStEKa9I
Black, 21, has a chequered past, having served time in youth detention centres and faced multiple felony charges. Last February he pleaded guilty to charges of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and possession of marijuana, and was sentenced to 364 days in prison less time served. He was released in August.