Fans of Kanye West looking forward to seeing him perform in concert atop a floating stage will have to wait until his next album because the rapper has decided to cancel the remaining 21 dates of his “Saint Pablo Tour.”

Without explicitly stating why the rest of the tour was canceled, his rep has said those who purchased tickets can expect refunds “at point of purchase.”

West was scheduled to perform Sunday night (Nov. 20) at The Forum in Inglewood — which was supposed to be a makeup show after vocal problems caused the rapper to cut a previous show at The Forum short — but that concert was canceled at the last minute Sunday, just hours before the concert was scheduled to start.

The day prior, Kanye cut his Sacramento show short after arriving 90 minutes late, performing just three songs and going on an extended rant against Beyoncé, Jay Z, Drake, DJ Khaled, Hillary Clinton, Mark Zuckerburg, Google and more. Snoop Dogg responded to Ye’s rant with a hilarious video message, saying, “that n**ga crazy.”

Before his Sacramento rant, Kanye told the crowd “If I would’ve voted, I would’ve voted for Trump” in the 2016 presidential election.

Kanye had previously said he planned to take his Saint Pablo Tour to Europe after concluding his North American dates, however, in light of the recent cancellation, it’s unclear whether that will happen.

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