Tuck That Passport Away: Celebrities Banned From Foreign Countries

August 7, 2013 ‐ By Iva Anthony

Believe it or not, what celebrities do or say can have an affect on their travel plans. For instance,  these stars have been banned from foreign countries, either permanently or for a period of time, for acting out in one way or another.

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Snoop Dogg/ Lion

He may have been reincarnated and born again as Snoop Lion, but back when he was Snoop Dogg, the California native was banned from the United Kingdom. Traveling through London’s Heathrow Airport with an entourage of five, Snoop and his boys caused a ruckus when they weren’t admitted into British Airlines’ first-class lounge. Apparently that, and his criminal record, were enough to issue a lifetime ban for Snoop. He’s also been banned from flying British Airlines as well.

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  • Angie

    I cant believe they forgot Brandon Lee- Bruce Lee’s son?

  • Goober

    All of these “celebrities” have either violated the law here or in other countries. The way it used to be before these “artists” became political “mouthpieces” , the performers respected the laws and customs of the countries they visited and were more likely to be “invited” rather that to just schedule a tour or performance. Between these self serving idiots and Obama, the United States has turn into the brunt of a lot of disrespect and humor.

  • ladida

    Where do these sources come from ? 50 cent came to Canada multiple times…. they wanted to ban him but it didn’t work. False information.

  • QuestioningMind

    This can’t be right. as snoop dogg performed in london just a couple of weeks ago at the Wireless Festival.