Kanye West Settles $10 Million Lawsuit Against ‘Pablo’ Tour Insurer

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Kanye West scored a legal victory against the insurer behind his short-lived “Saint Pablo” tour, which the rapper canceled following a mental breakdown.

Lloyd’s of London finally agreed to pay the majority of West’s policy, according to TMZ. The company initially refused to pay up because they believed the star’s breakdown was brought upon by alleged marijuana use.

West, 40, was hospitalized at UCLA “suffering from a nervous breakdown” in November 2016, as Page Six previously reported. He canceled his tour just days before he was admitted.

The “Famous” singer filed the $10 million breach of contract suit in August 2017. It is unknown how much the company actually shelled out in lieu of a trial.

A rep for West couldn’t be reached.

SOURCE: Page Six – Chelsea Hirsch