Published Oct 02, 2012So far, A$AP Rocky's controversial 2012 has included violent live shows and an attempted robbery accusation. Unfortunately, it looks as if Canadian fans won't be able to get a taste of the rapper's troublemaking ways on his current North American tour, since he has cancelled some Canuck shows due to an apparent issue with getting across the border.
Rocky was due to perform tonight (October 2) at Toronto's Sound Academy, but the gig has been postponed. An announcement from promoter Union Events cites "unforeseen immigration issues" as the reason for the delay. A new date is expected to be announced later this week, and refunds will be offered at the point of purchase up until October 19.
The rapper's Sunday (September 30) show at Metropolis in Montreal was also postponed. Montreal promoter Lookout similarly promised that a makeup date will be announced shortly.
A$AP Rocky's upcoming schedule currently includes one more Canadian date: October 20 at Vancouver's Vogue Theatre. It's currently unknown whether he will be able to sort out his immigration issues in time for the gig, but so far the show is still a go.