Australian government on Thursday gave a message to what they thought about rapper Snoop Dogg "Calvin Broadus, Jr.," 35, by canceling his visa.
Australian government on Thursday gave a message to what they thought about rapper Snoop Dogg "Calvin Broadus, Jr.," 35, by canceling his visa after his string of criminal behavior and run-ins with the law in the United States. Snoop Dogg somewhat helped contribute to Australia's decision to deny him from entering the country after he failed Australia's government requisite character test and causing a fight at London's Heathrow airport on last year in the UK.
Stated as the "CONTROVERSIAL US rapper" Government officials state that Snoop Dogg is not of good character which inturn prevented the rapper from appearing at the TV Australian Video Music Awards Sunday and causing the Australian government to join with the United Kingdom on canceling his visa. By the Australian government joining with the UK it prevented the rapper from stepping foot into the country.
According to reports, the Australian Immigration Minister Kevin Andrews stated that Snoop Dogg had 28 days to give a reason why he should be allowed into Australia.