Future’s "Nobody Safe Tour" made a stop in the city of Edmonton in Alberta, Canada, on Wednesday (June 7), but Migos didn’t make it. According to Edmonton Journal, the Atlanta trio canceled their performance due to an illness.

Last night, a photo surfaced on Twitter that feature a sign at the Rogers Place venue which stated, “Due to illness, Migos will not be performing this evening.”

Tour headliner Future performed as scheduled as well as the opening acts, A$AP Ferg and Tory Lanez. Reps for Migos haven’t issued a statement about the cancellation. Also, there's no word if Migos will perform at the tour's stop in Vancouver, Canada on Friday (June 9).

Rumor has it on on social media that Migos was stopped at the border near Canada and wasn't allowed in by border police. Nevertheless, fans expressed their disappointment of Migos' no-show at the concert on Twitter.

"Nobody Safe Tour? More like Nobody Safe from "illness" Tour... not even Migos," tweeted one fan.

Meanwhile, Migos will headline Hot 97's Summer Jam concert this Sunday (June 11) at Met Life Stadium in Rutherford, N.J.

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