The rapper ends his ''Saint Pablo'' tour with 21 more dates left to go. Alicia Powell reports.
Rapper Kanye West has abruptly canceled his "Saint Pablo Tour" with 21 dates in the United States remaining. In a statement concert promoter Live Nation says: "The remaining dates on the SAINT PABLO TOUR have been canceled. Tickets will be fully refunded at point of purchase." At this point, there is no reason for the cancellation, and West's representatives did not immediately return calls for comment. However, the announcement follows the last-minute cancellation of a concert by West in Los Angeles on November 20 and a rant-filled show in Sacramento, California the day before. The unpredictable rapper, who is promoting his current album "The Life of Pablo," recently made headlines when he was booed at his San Jose, California concert after declaring his support for U.S. President-elect Donald Trump. West has a history of unpredictable behavior - last year, he declared he was considering running for U.S. president in 2020.