Fugees star Lauryn Hill claims she has been banned from entering the UK due to her past legal situation forcing her to cancel a sell-out show at the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire.
Hill spent time in a minimum security prison in Danbury, Connecticut, two years ago for failing to pay taxes on the approximately $1.5 million she earned between 2005 and 2007.
But she has since visited the UK, playing five dates at Brixton Academy in September.
The UK Home Office hasn’t given any comments on Hill’s situation as it is not allowed to comment on individual cases.
Hill’s Small Axe acoustic tour was due to pull in at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Wednesday but the event no longer appears amongst her online touring dates published on her personal website.
“I've been informed that I won't be able to enter the UK for a period of time due to my past legal situation. For this reason I have to cancel my concert on July 15th. Know that I was looking forward to performing in London this summer, and that I appreciate all of my fans and supporters both in London, and throughout the UK I look forward to seeing you again as soon as I'm able to,” she wrote on her Facebook page.