Kanye West Hospitalized For Exhaustion And Stress

Posted: Nov 22 2016, 8:41am CST | by , Updated: Nov 22 2016, 8:41pm CST , in Latest Celebrity News


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Kanye West Hospitalized for Exhaustion and Stress
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Kanye West committed to medical care after police got called in for a disturbance.

Kanye West has been going through some hard times recently. The R&B singer declared his support for the widely criticized President-Elect Donald Trump which earned him a backlash by a huge variety of fans.

Many booed him on the stage as he ranted against Hilary Clinton, Mark Zuckerberg and power couple Jay Z and Beyoncé. His declaration led him to leave his Sacramento concert just after three songs and he later cancelled his The Forum concert in L.A. just three hours before it was scheduled to start.

It was reported by TMZ that Kanye was going to cancel the U.S. dates of his Saint Pablo Tour even though he had admitted it was the top priority for him presently.

Turns out that he has cancelled the entire tour and it does not have a very good effect on him. According to reports, a call regarding some disturbance was put to LAPD on Monday at 1.20 p.m.

The responding officers called it in as “medical emergency” and handed over the call to LAFD who took in and treated Kanye West for stress and exhaustion. His identity was not revealed by the Los Angeles Fire Department under the HIPA law.

According to a LAFD spokesperson, “At 1:20 p.m. today, the Los Angeles Fire Department responded to an unspecified medical aid request in the 900-block of North Laurel Avenue. An adult male described as medically stable was taken to an area hospital for further assessment."

As sources revealed, the call was put in by Kanye’s personal doctor. At first Kanye resisted going to the hospital but he was convinced by everyone to submit to a follow up.

He was then handcuffed to a gurney while he was wheeled off. He was treated at the Ronald Reagan UCLA hospital and no further details of his treatment have been revealed.

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