Kanye West Cancelled His Tour After Mental breakdown — But He is Suing For $10 Million
Wait 'until he gets his money.
2016 was a turbulent year for Kanye West. From his collapse on stage in San Jose during a St. Paul stop of the Tour and the subsequent hospitalization of his meeting with Donald Trump at Trump Towers in New York City, Ye's behavior seemed out of character, even for the man who famously interrupted Taylor Swift's acceptance speech at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards. In consequence, Kanye had to cancel the remaining dates of the tour, which cost him millions in lost profits, and now he is reportedly suing his insurance company for $10 million.
"I would have voted for Donald Trump." — Kanye West
According to The Hollywood Reporter, You and your company — Very Good Touring Inc. — are suing several trade unions of the insurer Lloyd's of London for a loss, a claim was filed only two days after Kanye recorded in a psychiatric center. In a lawsuit filed Tuesday (1 August) in a California federal court, alleging that the company is stalling on payment, and noted that it has been more than eight months after, as it was presented.
"Nor have you given anything approaching a coherent explanation about why they have not paid for, or any indication of whether it is paid or even make a coverage decision, implying that Kanye's use of marijuana may provide a basis to deny the claim and retain the hundreds of thousands of dollars in insurance premiums paid by Very Good", the complaint read. "The deadlock is emblematic of a broad modus operandi of insurers in never ending subsequent to a subscription request, where the insurers are search for some invented an excuse for not paying."
Lloyd's of London is the payment policy if the person suffered a mental breakdown, that the demand of the attempts to prove. It is stated that his "strained, confusing and erratic" behavior in Sacramento and the decision to cancel the tour suggests that he was not well. Insurance companies, according to reports, were informed of and, finally, always with the sworn testimony