American rapper and producer, Kanye West, will no longer embark on the European leg of his ‘Saint Pablo’ tour.


West had in late November cancelled the remaining 21 dates of his Saint Pablo tour after criticising Hillary Clinton, Jay-Z, and Beyonce at a Sacramento, U.S. concert.

The second leg of the tour has now been cancelled, TMZ reports.

The gossip website reports that the hospitalisation and treatment for nervous breakdown “put the 2017 leg of his tour on ice”, adding that at the moment, there’s “no restart date set”.


Kanye West’s representatives are reported to have “contacted concert promoter Live Nation and informed them the second leg — which for the most part was European — was officially cancelled”.

The report added that the ‘Late Registration’ rapper’s insurance policy will see him reimbursed for “any lost profits or expenses associated with cancellations that result from a medical condition”.

Kim Kardashian’s husband was billed to perform in Paris, U.K. and Germany, among other European cities.


The rapper was recently admitted to a Los Angeles hospital where he was treated for “exhaustion”.

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