UPDATE // DECEMBER 21:
Exactly one month after Kanye West cancelled the North American leg of The Saint Pablo Tour, TMZ reports his shows slated for Europe are no longer as well.
At the time, he had plans to reignite the show in Paris, Germany and the U.K., but Yeezy's reps contacted Live Nation to inform them the show won't go on.
"Cancelling did not pose real problems, because no dates were set and no tickets were sold," they write.
Fortunately(?) for Kanye, he has an insurance policy that will reimburse him if he's forced to cancel the tour due to a medical condition.
EARLIER // NOVEMBER 21:
Kanye West axed the rest of the Saint Pablo Tour following several manic on-stage rants.
The pressures of superstardom are taking a toll on Kanye West, who is cancelling the duration of the U.S. leg of the Saint Pablo Tour, XXL confirms.
"A rep for Kanye says all remaining dates on the Saint Pablo tour have been cancelled, and full refunds will be issued for everyone who purchased tickets."
A source tells People it has nothing to do with a breakdown. “It’s nothing like that. He’s just exhausted. He’s been working around the clock on fashion design, both on his own line and the Adidas line. He’s a notorious workaholic, so balancing both that work – which is extremely important to him – and the rigors of the tour every night, it really wore him out.”
They add he's still dealing with the aftermath following wife Kim Kardashian's robbery in Paris.
“I’m sure Kim and his family played a part in the decision [to cancel the tour],” the source adds. “He’’s incredibly devoted to his family.”