Kanye West Cancels Remainder of Saint Pablo Tour

Days after rant-filled, abruptly ended concerts, rapper calls off final 21 North American tour dates

Kanye West has canceled the remaining 21 dates of his Saint Pablo tour, the rapper's representative confirmed to 'Rolling Stone.'

Kanye West has canceled the remaining 21 dates of his Saint Pablo tour, the rapper's representative confirmed to Rolling Stone. No reason for the cancellation was provided. West's rep added that tickets will be "fully refunded at point of purchase." Live Nation also confirmed to Rolling Stone that the remaining Saint Pablo dates are canceled. West has not personally commented on the announcement. 

West was scheduled to perform Sunday night at Los Angeles' Forum – itself a makeup show after vocal problems forced the rapper to cut a previous Forum gig short – but that concert was canceled at the last minute Sunday. West flooded his Instagram with exactly 99 caption-less photos of Margiela fashion spreads after the concert was canceled.

The canceled Saint Pablo dates included a December 30th and New Year's Eve concert at Brooklyn's Barclays Center. The announcement comes two days after West made controversial statements onstage about how he "would have voted for Donald Trump" in the presidential election. 

It also comes after West abruptly ended a Sacramento concert after a 30-minute rant. Four songs into the show, West launched into a tirade that called out Jay Z and Beyoncé, radio programmers, Hillary Clinton, Google and Mark Zuckerberg before cutting the concert short.

Watch Kanye West call out Beyonce and Jay-Z before abruptly ending concert.