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The Game Betta Keep That Ass Away From Canadian Soil!

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All The Game was trying to do is see his fans, but Canada’s government said, “hell to the naw.”

The Game filed for a Temporary Resident Permit so that he could fulfill his promises to see his fans in Canada while on tour. But unfortunately, the Canadian government is no fan of his…or any other rapper it appears.

They denied his application. According to HotNewHipHop, the Canadian Touring Agency has a thing against rappers, because The Game isn’t the first. As it turns out, they have a history of denying hiphop acts into the country. Most recently, they prohibited YG.

Because The Game’s TRP has been declined, he will have to cancel his touring dates in Canada. This includes Vancouver, Calgary, Alberta, and Ottawa. This news comes just after he squashed his beef with Meek Mill and made comments on the wildfire / shooting conspiracy.

For now, The Game will continue his tour as scheduled, skipping over the Great White North. But don’t worry, if you bought a ticket to one of Canada’s shows, you will be given a reimbursement for ticket sales.

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