It's been a rough weekend for Kanye West and his team, as the super producer angered up fans and critics with his over-the-top controversial comments.

While taking the stage for his Saint Pablo Tour stop in Sacramento, Yeezy took shots at multiple artists, including Beyoncé, Drake, and DJ Khaled, and even criticized his "big brother" Jay Z for not calling him yet. Although he brought out Kid Cudi as a surprise guest, where the two hugged it out on stage, he disappointed fans when he reportedly performed just three songs, ranted for 20 minutes, and then walked out on fans to abruptly end the show for no apparent reason.

Now, social media users and the Beyhive have been speaking out against the controversial super producer, creating a trending topic called #KanyeWestIsOverParty. Just last night, Yeezy was set to take the stage for his makeup show in Los Angeles, but he ended up canceling the whole concert just hours before it was set to start. According to reports, the entire rest of the tour may be canceled.

LA Times journalist, Gerrick Kennedy, took to Twitter to reveal what sources told him about the rest of the tour, stating that the rest of the U.S. dates are reportedly "nixed." He is also set to head overseas to perform in Europe in 2017, but there are no official reports on the state of those yet.

While a lot of social media has been sharing their anger towards the rapper, some have been showing a lot of concern for his mental state. Many believe that he may need some serious help, and isn't just being controversial for publicity. We'll have to see if the rest of the tour is officially canceled, and what will happen to Kanye's career.

 

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