The rapper has reportedly pulled out of the 2017 European leg of his tour

It’s fair to say Kanye West has had a traumatic few weeks, after being on ‘suicide watch’ following his hospitalisation last month, the rapper was forced to cancel the first leg of his Saint Pablo tour.

But despite returning to the spotlight with brand new hair-do last week, it seems the 39-year-old isn’t fully recovered yet as it’s now claimed he’s had to pull out of the European leg of his tour as well.

Although Kanye was yet to announce dates for the tour, he did confirm he would perform in Paris, the UK and Germany later in 2017, but TMZ now reports his performances have been cancelled altogether.

The site claims: ‘Kanye‘s people contacted concert promoter Live Nation and informed them the second leg was officially cancelled.’


Kanye West meets with Donald Trump – and the internet is NOT happy about it

The Stronger singer has reportedly spent the last few weeks recovering from a breakdown caused by sleep deprivation and dehydration.

Following his rather public rant about former pals Jay-Z and Beyonce, Kanye was admitted to UCLA Medical Centre where wife Kim Kardashian supported him until he was released last month (30th November), and the pair have rarely been seen since.

But their low-profile didn’t last long and on Tuesday (13th December), Kanye re-emerged in a spectacular fashion when he strolled into New York’s Trump Tower to meet the future US President.


Kanye West joins Donald Trump’s payroll after coming out as an unlikely supporter of the President-elect .With all that Nigel Farage business, it would be a huge surprise.

Kanye West joined Donald Trump at Trump Towers in New York

Despite claiming he wants to run the country on many occasions, Kanye’s political meeting with Donald Trump sparked A LOT of controversy and people weren’t best pleased with the duo exchanging presidential tips.

Tweeting about Trump, the hip-hop star said: ‘I wanted to meet with Trump today to discuss multicultural issues…

‘These issues included bullying, supporting teachers, modernizing curriculums, and violence in Chicago…

‘I feel it is important to have a direct line of communication with our future President if we truly want change…’

He then simply tweeted: ‘#2024.’

Kanye for president, anyone?