Reggae singer Skip Marley, the grandson of reggae legend Bob Marley, has postponed his Canadian concert after he was denied entry at the United States and Canadian border.

Skip, who is currently on the North American leg of his ‘Change’ tour, made the announcement on his Instagram on Tuesday, with a video and lengthy caption.

Unfortunately, this time we’ve been turned away, but we look forward to rescheduling right at the Toybox, so once again we want to apologize to all the fans”. The caption read, “The show Tomorrow (Wed 9/21) is unfortunately postponed because I was not permitted entry at the border into Canada”.

Despite fulfilling all the requirements he was told that he needed, he was still denied entry, “I did everything I was told I needed to do to meet the entry requirements but it seems today they needed more”.

He ended by letting fans know transferring tickets and refunds will be available soon.

Marley also posted an image of a document on twitter titled, ‘Direction to return to the United States’. The box ticked read, “you are prohibited from entering Canada by an order or regulation made by the Government in council under the Emergencies Act or Quarantine Act”, which insinuates that his vaccination was in question.

At present, all visitors entering Canada must provide proof of vaccination against Covid 19