In 2005, Canadian junior foreign minister Dan McTeague petitioned to ban rapper 50 Cent, who has previously been convicted of several crimes, from touring in the country. "Under our laws he would be deemed criminally admissible," McTeague told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. "This is not a question of censorship. This is a question of trying to protect impressionable young men." —XFINITY Entertainment Staff (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)
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