Couldn't help myself!
A rambling performance in Sacramento, a string of cancelled tour dates and allegations of marijuana use have added up to a $10m lawsuit that pits one of the world’s biggest celebrities against the centuries-old Lloyd’s insurance market. Rap star Kanye West is suing his insurers, claiming they failed to pay out after he cancelled dates on his Saint Pablo tour last year. In a lawsuit filed in California, West’s touring company, Very Good Touring, said the star was forced to cancel shows last November and December after displaying “strained, confused and erratic” behaviour at a performance in Sacramento. He was later admitted to UCLA Neuropsychiatric hospital for a week.