City of Toronto Apologizes for Belly's Profanity-Laced Canada Day Performance

In response, the rapper said "fuck censorship forever"
City of Toronto Apologizes for Belly's Profanity-Laced Canada Day Performance
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The city of Toronto hosted a series of concerts in Nathan Phillips Square as part of this past weekend's Canada Day festivities, including performances from Canadian hip-hop figures Drake and Belly. The latter's time onstage has now caused the city to apologize to those in attendance who were displeased by "inappropriate content." As you can see below, many were offended at Belly's use of profanity and vulgar language during the performance.
Twitter user Maria Castellucci, who was in attendance with her sisters and niece, told CBC Toronto that she felt "verbally assaulted" by the performance. 

"From the opening, the DJ told the crowd to 'make some motherfucking noise.' That is hardly an appropriate way to greet young children, seniors and quite honestly, anyone," she said. "This continued with song lyrics referring to people as bitches, the N-word, and more." 

After catching wind of the apology and reaction, Belly had some choice words of his own for those appalled by his performance. Of course, Belly had plenty of others standing firm in his corner as well. CBC Toronto reports that the city will follow up with Belly "to address the issue." "As per contracts, the city expects all artists to deliver G-rated, family-friendly shows suitable for all ages," the city said in a statement, adding that they are "extremely disappointed with what happened."