So much for a "One Love Peace" tour to enter UK. Snoop Dogg has been denied to enter the country for any kinds of importance, including concerts. It is reported that the rapper is pleading for the entry to the local authorities but not yet responded. Whatever outcomes there will be, fellow tour mate, P. Diddy will still carry the baton in the remaining 5 British gigs and 2 performances in Dublin.
Spokeswoman Celena Aponte has spoken on March 24, "Snoop and his team are mystified at the decision and are hoping that the British government will reconsider this decision. He has asked how he can help rectify the situation and would happily talk to and give assurances to the officials."
On the other side, Britain's Home Office refused to give detailed information regarding this but stated that the government has the right to ban individuals whose presence in the country is considered not conducive to the public good.
This incident is ignited mainly because of Snoop's Heathrow involvement with British authority on April 26, 2006. On that day Snoop and his gang were turned down to enter British Airways' first class lounge. He then showed his rage by getting violent at the officers on duty, causing several minor injuries.
The tour is the joint force of long time rivals, Snoop Dogg and P. Diddy. It is scheduled to end on April 2 in Nottingham, UK.