Kanye West Cancels Remaining 21 Dates on Game Changing “Saint Pablo Tour”

BY TER STAFF

Photo by Dan Garcia/The Early Registration

Photo by Dan Garcia/The Early Registration

Kanye West is just drained, according to a source from TMZ. And although 21 dates remained on Kanye West’s legendary Saint Pablo Tour, the ‘Stronger’ rapper has cancelled his critically acclaimed and game changing tour.

And news that West is too exhausted to continue should not be a surprise to anyone who has been following the tour. During Kanye’s California tour leg, he first cancelled a Los Angeles show at The Forum after performing just a few songs, promising fans refunds and a make-up show because his voice could not finish the performance. Next, Kanye delivered a full show for fans in the Bay Area, but the crowd was very displeased as Kanye told the crowd he would have voted for Donald Trump, a move that caused a lot of bad press and attention for West.

Then Kanye treated fans to the tour’s first surprise guest as he opened the show with a Kid Cudi reunion, but later ended the show after just three songs. Next, Kanye cancelled his make-up performance at The Forum, hours before he was scheduled to perform. Finally, Kanye had to call it quits on the tour’s remaining dates, marking an unfortunate close to The Saint Pablo Tour, with refund of course set to be issued to fans across the country.

If you were’t able to catch a Saint Pablo show in person, check out some of our photos from the mesmerizing tour below. While we may have seen the last appearance from the floating stage, The Saint Pablo Tour will easily go down as one of the best tours in music.

Photos by Dan Garcia/The Early Registration

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