Earlier this week Danny Brown was denied entry into Canada to perform alongside Action Bronson for their "2 High 2 Die" tour. While he didn't get into specifics on why, the Detroit rapper said this wasn't the first time he was stopped at the border, and he mentioned on Twitter that he likely won't attempt to perform in Canada again based on his experience.

That could change though, with a little help from his fans. An online petition, "Allow Detroit Hip Hop Artist Danny Brown into Canada to Perform,"  has been started. The petition states, "We will not stand idly by while our country continues to deny significant artists entry into our country," citing unfair and potentially racial bias as a motivation behind Brown's denied entry.

The petition calls for 10,000 signatures, and currently sits at 63 as of press time. 

[via Spin]

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