In 2016, the rapper pulled the remainder of his tour dates in support of his album The Life of Pablo following a spate of shows peppered with political rants and abrupt stage departures.
After trying to undercut West's claim for lost expenses, the Chicago superstar opened up a $10 million lawsuit.
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The company said that West's reason for the cancellations were not really beyond his control.
The consortium of insurers then countersued later that month denying that marijuana usage was the sole basis to deny the claim and citing discrepancies in West's medical history. West's hospitalization at the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Hospital Center occurred in November, 2016, after West exhibited weird behavior at several concerts with comments made on stage about Donald Trump and tirades directed at other musicians.
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West's lawyer Howard King and the insurer's attorney Paul Schrieffer both said they were unable to comment, other than to say the matter had been "amicably resolved".
West's suit originally claimed that Lloyd's had neither paid the claim nor rejected it, Rolling Stone reports, and alleged that the rapper's insurers and their agents "purposely and maliciously" disseminated "privileged, private and personal information" about West to the media in order to undermine his claim.
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Responding to Lloyd's countersuit last September, Kanye's legal team denied there are any irregularities in his medical records and accused insurance bosses of engaging in a "contrived hunt for excuses not to pay" Very Good's insurance claim.