Keeping up with Kanye West has never been an easy task, and as of late, his actions have been slightly more erratic than usual. And now, Kanye West has canceled the remainder of his Saint Pablo Tour, according to E! News. This move comes after the rapper recently ended his Saturday Sacramento show early following a rant in which he spoke about politics and made comments about Beyoncé and Jay Z. He then cancelled his Sunday, Nov. 20 L.A. show, before it was announced on Monday that the remainder of the tour was canceled.
His rep said in a straightforward statement to E!, "The remaining dates on the Saint Pablo Tour have been cancelled. Tickets will be fully refunded at point of purchase."
On Nov. 19, a day following his well-publicized Donald Trump rant, West began his Sacramento show with a new rant in which he talked about Beyoncé and Jay Z, and eventually left the stage after only three songs. Ticket buyers reportedly received full refunds for the show, and a few hours later, news spread that West cancelled his Forum concert date in Los Angeles, which was a make-up date.
Complex reported that Gerrick Kennedy of the LA Times posted a tweet hinting at the cancellation of the tour before it was officially announced:
In a follow-up tweet, Kennedy wrote, "No word on European dates that were planned for 2017."