A coalition of around 20 organizations called Stop Murder Music Canada called for the artists to be banned from the country. "They shouldn't have been allowed to get visas to perform in the country. It's not about censorship or artistic freedom. That stops when hate propaganda is involved," coalition founder Akim Larcher told the Toronto Star.
This isn't the first time Elephant Man has run into trouble. In 2004, he was kicked off the British Mobo Awards for refusing to alter his homophobic lyrics.