West Coast rapper Game has made a sudden change to his upcoming Canadian tour. The hip-hop veteran has announced plans to pull out of performing at a controversial nightclub venue with an emotionally-driven open message.

The Los Angeles native went to Instagram Sunday (December 9) to call out Edmonton’s Ranch Roadhouse for its security’s treatment of a man who lost his life after getting kicked out of the club.

Last month, Game announced a return to Canada following a 13-year hiatus.

Back in 2011, Canada officials had Game deported after getting detained for several hours.

A rep for Substance Entertainment Group — the promotion company behind Game’s tour in Canada — tells TMZ, the tour promoter got a call from Canadian Customs while Game was on the plane on his way to Canada. We’re told customs informed the promoter that Game would be denied entry “due to new information received that Game is affiliated with organized crime and is an active member of the Bloods street gang.” (TMZ)