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Grime MC sent to Glasgow after attempting to travel to Toronto for a live show

Wiley reacts angrily on Twitter after being deported from Canada

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Wiley has reacted angrily after being deported from Canada yesterday (April 2).

The grime MC was on his way to Toronto to perform live at The Hoxton venue but was sent back to the UK by immigration officials. Much to his annoyance, Wiley was not sent back to London but instead put on a plane to Glasgow in Scotland and told to make his own way back to the capital.

Explaining the situation on Twitter, Wiley expressed his anger at the fact he had never been arrested in north America yet was banned from entering by immigration. He then urged his younger followers to stay on the right side of the law so as to avoid the issues he faces when attempting to travel abroad.

See below for a selection of Wiley's tweets from Canada and Scotland.







Earlier this year Wiley announced that he had scrapped plans to release his new album 'Snakes And Ladders'. Recording for the album was finished but he decided to start again on the record. He also revealed that he had spent £25,000 ($42,000) making the album, which was due to feature appearances from Cam'ron, Lethal Bizzle and Devlin.

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