Kanye Cancels Remaining Saint Pablo Tour Dates

Yeezus Walked Right Out Of His Sacramento Show

Written by Live Nation Staff • Photography by Paige K Parsons, Live Nation • November 21, 2016

Oh Yeezus, what are we going to do with you? After a crazy weekend of preaching and encouraging, everyone’s favorite rapper to love/hate, Kanye West, cancelled all of his remaining Saint Pablo Tour Dates.

Walking out of his Sacramento show early - much like his LA incident a month ago - Kanye hardly played any songs at all, but spent the evening ranting about fellow artists and politics. After a literal mic drop, Kanye - seeming a bit detached from his artistry - left the stage. Could it be that Yeezus is finally done preaching to the masses? Or is it the backlash from his words about Trump and Beyoncé the other night that caught up with him in the daylight hours? Or maybe he really does just take five minutes to tie his shoes? Cue the collective shrug.

Whatever the reasoning, we're just hoping that Kanye is taking the best care of himself and his family and that he enters 2017 in the best health possible. Yeezy has had a crazy year from dropping The Life of Pablo to a massive tour where he cancelled one of his LA shows in the middle of it. Amidst family drama, insane amounts of paparazzi, and his recent feud with Taylor Swift - Kanye’s hardly gone a day in 2016 without making headlines. With the most recent cancellation of his halfway-over show at The Forum a few weeks back, the cancelled dates of the Saint Pablo tour included this week’s makeup show.

After announcing his plans to run for President in 2020, Kanye has once again been the center of attention, memes, and internet uprising. The rapper might be feeling the pressure of the current climate, but we hope there's a good reason for this strangely bold exit move. After all, ‘Ye is the king of surprises.

Full refunds are being made for all remaining tour dates and tickets. For all of you who may have missed out on the tour and are DYING to go, you can check out our High Notes of his October 26 Los Angeles performance at The Forum