History won’t be made at OVO Fest. Drake and Chris Brown were set to debut their new collaboration, but the performance has been scrapped because Chris can’t get into Canada.
According to TMZ, Drake invited Breezy to join him on stage on Monday night in Toronto. Chris had agreed and the plan was for them to perform their brand new song, which reportedly has veiled references to Rihanna.
It would have marked their first performance together and officially put an end to their beef.
Chris’ people pulled the plug when they realized the singer would have trouble getting into Canada. The country has a strict policy when it comes to allowing criminals in, and Chris has pled guilty to a felony.
The performance would have been the highlight of OVO Fest, which has become known for its surprise moments. Last year, Drake brought out Kanye West, Diddy, Ma$e, and TLC.
The two-day festival kicks off Sunday with OutKast.Tweet
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