Kanye West isn't one for privacy. He has been known to air his dirty laundry many times in front of the media. His strong opinions and need to share them make him known to many that don't follow his music career.

A few months ago Kanye was quoted as saying he would leave the United States if Trump was elected. Well, he must have changed his mind. During a concert in Inglewood, California on November 17th, Kanye told the audience he would have given his vote to Trump. This caused a social media storm.

The remaining 21 shows of the tour are canceled

On Saturday he continued his tour in Sacramento but ended up cutting the show short. After a few songs he called out Beyoncé and spoke to Jay Z. He told the rapper to come talk to him like a man rather than send one of his killers at his head. Fans responded with anger at his outburst and booed him until he left the stage. Fans were so upset from the incident that Ticketmaster had to refund their tickets. That was the end of the tour. The remaining 21 shows of the Saint Pablo tour that were set through New Year's were all canceled.

Has Kanye lost it?

Yesterday, Los Angeles police officers were called to the 900 block of North Laurel Avenue in West Hollywood at 1:20 PM Pacific time. The "medically stable" man in question was none other than Kanye West. No crime had been committed but the responding officers deemed it necessary to have him transported to UCLA Medical Center. He's been placed on psychiatric hold and undergoing further evaluation.

On Monday night some of the Kardashian clan attended the Angel Ball in New York City that was held in honor of the late Robert Kardashian, Sr. According to "USA Today," Kanye's wife Kim Kardashian had arrived in New York planning to attend the event as well but caught a flight back to Los Angeles to be with her husband.

Initial reports say that Kanye is simply exhausted. The Saint Pablo tour has been referred to as "grueling" by Kris Jenner.

It is also known that Kanye was recently being treated for sleep deprivation by his personal physician.

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