Kanye West Insurer Claps Back At That Massive $10 Million Saint Pablo Tour Lawsuit
Grammy-winning rapper Kanye West can't be feeling G.O.O.D. about insurer Lloyd's of London responding to his $10 million lawsuit over not getting paid for a set of nixed concerts.
According to reports, the insurer has flipped the script on Team Yeezy and accused Kanye's camp of withholding certain key medical information.
Facing a $10 million lawsuit for not paying up after Kanye West canceled a tour, a Lloyd's of London syndicate has hit back with counterclaims that point to insurance policy exclusions pertaining to a preexisting psychological condition, possession of illegal drugs, prescription drugs not taken as medically prescribed, and the consumption of alcohol rendering the insured unfit to perform. (The Hollywood Reporter)
The headline-generating drama dates back to November 2016 when Ye dealt with a hospitalization over mental issues and had to cancel the rest of his Saint Pablo tour stops.
West was later hospitalised and it was reported that he was suffering from "temporary psychosis due to sleep deprivation and dehydration." It was subsequently revealed earlier this month that West was suing an insurance company after it allegedly refused to pay out over the cancellation. The claim is valued at $10 million. (NME)
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