Drake used to be the golden boy for Canada, repping his hometown of Toronto like no other Canadian star. Now things have changed for the musician as fans are slowly becoming more and more unimpressed with his antics. 

While it's known that Drake has been plagued with some technical issues during his "Aubrey and Three Migo's Tour," the Canadian musician has now officially pulled the plug on three stops of his show. This comes after postponing the shows in the first place, but now fans are left scrambling after dates have been cancelled completely. 

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Fans in Denver, Colorado of the "6 God" were disappointed to find out that their show has been postponed indefinitely. Drake also cancelled his appearances in Salt Lake City in the state of Utah, as well as a twice-postponed show in St. Paul Minnesota.

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While all three tour dates are taking place in the USA, but there is a show in the state of Minnesota which actually borders on Ontario and Manitoba.

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Considering Drake had no Manitoba stops on his tour (as many artists rarely do) it wouldn't be surprising if some Canadian fans had tickets for the show. Living in Western Ontario or Manitoba, heading to Minnesota would be cheaper than flying into Toronto or Montreal to catch a concert. 

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Drizzy fans were already disappointed when the tour started out on a rough patch. The musician postponed the start of his tour to ensure that the high-quality expectations fans had were met, yet numerous stops on the tour have been plagued with cancellations. That includes two out of three shows in Drake's birthplace, Toronto. 

The most recent cancellations sent fans to Twitter in a firestorm and many did not shy away from dragging Drake for his actions. 

The cancellations may not have been surprising but the reasoning for cancellations such as "unforeseen circumstances" feels unacceptable when artists definitely know they have a tour schedule. Fans pay good money to see Drake but the "Aubrey and Three Migo's" tour shows how little tour dates seem to matter. 

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Canadian fans can at least catch Drake at his stops on the west coast of the country, with a show in Vancouver as well as Edmonton this November. 

Be warned though, with how uncertain the rest of the tour dates are, we wouldn't be surprised if Drake didn't show up again. 

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Source: Billboard

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