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Tekashi69 apologises to fans for cancelling shows after he was denied access to the UK
Tekashi69 has apologised to fans after he was denied access to the UK (Picture: FilmMagic)

Rapper Tekashi69 was set to perform in both London and Manchester, however the 22-year-old was allegedly denied entry to the UK by boarder officials.

According to the star, he was held at immigration for 12 hours after arriving from Belgium.

After having to cancel both of his shows, the singer has since uploaded a video apologising to his fans.

Here he spoke about rescheduling his gigs after sorting out some paperwork.

Tekashi69 apologises to fans for cancelling shows after he was denied access to the UK
He said hed reschedual his gigs after fixing some paperwork (Picture: WireImage)

He said: I basically was in London yesterday for 12 hours trying to get through to come to the show today and tomorrow and due to immigration they wasnt letting me into the country.

But were going to get to go and postpone the show until further notice, hopefully to the end of the tour, July 8th, July 9th, hopefully.

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He added: Im sorry for the inconvenience, I just gotta fix some paperwork and hopefully I can see you guys soon. Thank you for all the support and a lot of love.

A Home Office spokesperson told Metro.co.uk: We do not routinely comment on individual cases, but reserve the right to refuse entry to the UK to anyone who is convicted of criminal offences.

Back in 2015 Tekashi, real name Daniel Hernandez, pleaded guilty to using a 13-year-old child in a sexual performance.

However he denied having any sexual contact with the girl and claimed to believe she was in fact 19-years-old.

Just recently Danielle Bregoli, aka the Cash Me Outside girl, asked rappers such as Tekashi69 and Trippie Red to have a wake up call following the news of her close pal XXXTentacions murder.

Tekashi69 apologises to fans for cancelling shows after he was denied access to the UK
According to the star, he was held at immigration for 12 hours after arriving from Belgium (Picture: WireImage)

Talking to TMZ she revealed how its not funny any more and pointed out that life is not a video game.

She said: I feel like we just need to take this as much as were going to miss him and that, we just need to take this as a wake up call to all these Six Nines and all these Trippie Reds, to all these mother fuckers who want to act all tough and hard and then when people get a hold of them like its not funny any more.

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Weve lost X over this cause people wanna act all big and bad.

Before adding: Is this what you all needed, now X is gone, does this make any sense to you all now? Do you understand that this is real life its not no fucking video game?

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