UPDATE: Pitchfork has confirmed with a representative for Kanye West that the remaining tour dates of the Saint Pablo tour have been cancelled. The representative has also confirmed that "tickets will be fully refunded at point of purchase."
Kanye West's Saint Pablo tour hasn't been going particularly smoothly as of late. After rescheduling a show at Los Angeles' The Forum following a three-song concert earlier this month, Kanye canceled the show last night just hours before the performance. Now, as FACT points out, there are reports that Kanye has decided to cancel the rest of the tour in North America, too.
Kanye has faced serious backlash since his Trump rant last week, during which Kanye said, "If I would have voted, I would have voted on Trump," and the crowd responded with boos. Twitter didn't react too kindly to his comments, either.
Now this. Last night, Los Angeles Times writer Gerrick D. Kennedy said on Twitter, "Just got word from a source that @kanyewest informed his crew that remaining dates of U.S. #SaintPabloTour are nixed."
ABC News anchor Veronica Miracle also reported on Twitter that sources had told her similar news, tweeting, "@kanyewest in Fresno CANCELED per sources scheduled to work the concert."
The rest of the venues on the Saint Pablo tour have yet to confirm the reports regarding cancellation of the forthcoming shows, but we expect to hear word from venues soon.