Last year, Kanye West canceled the remaining dates of his “Saint Pablo Tour” following the Hip Hop star being hospitalized for mental health treatment.

West is now suing the Lloyd’s of London insurance company for $10 million, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The suit asserts the insurers are stalling on paying out for the canceled trek.

Kanye and his Very Good Touring, Inc. apparently still have not been paid eight months after filing for the loss claim.

The Life Of Pablo album creator also accuses the insurers of violating a non-disclosure agreement by leaking private information to the press.

“Plaintiff is informed and believes that the ‘planting’ of the Confidential Information with news outlets… was part and parcel of Defendants’ efforts to impair Plaintiff’s rights to the indemnity payments due under the Insurance Policies,” reads the complaint.

Seven months ago, there were reports that Kanye was looking to complete the “Saint Pablo Tour.”

“Kanye wants to finish the tour. He loves his show,” said a source supposedly connected to Ye. “He wants everyone in the world to see it.”


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