Chris Brown and Drake were set to debut their much-anticipated new song Monday, but that idea was tossed after the former was denied entry into Canada.
According to reports, Drake invited Chris to join him Monday night on stage at his OVO Fest in Toronto, Ontario, the city where he was born and raised.
The singer agreed and planned to come perform the song on which they collaborated last month after the Chris Brown-Drake bromance went public.
That won't be happening, though, because Chris can't get into Canada.
The country has a zero tolerance policy, or close to it, when it comes to letting known criminals inside its borders, and the R&B star qualifies and then some.
Chris Brown has been convicted of a violent felony, is on probation and awaiting trial for another violent offense (his alleged assault in D.C.) to boot.
Brown's people reportedly nixed the appearance upon learning that given the country's policy, it was not happening, especially on such short notice.
Looks like we'll have to wait a little longer to find out if it's any good, or if there are really veiled references to Rihanna in the song, as the rumors say.
In related news, Chris was also rejected by Karrueche Tran this week.