It looks like Kanye West’s latest temper tantrum has gotten him in a bit of a pickle after Sacramento radio station Hot 103.5 banned his music from their airwaves.
The decision comes on the heels of Yeezy’s Sacramento concert Saturday night, when he abruptly ended the show after only three songs and going on a 15-minute rant. As a result, Hot 103.5 music director Justin “JayMarZZ” Marshall announced the ban during a recent broadcast.
“Everybody came out to have a great time Saturday night,” Marshall said. “A lot of fans in the building, a lot of people had spent a lot of hard earned money, bro. A lot of hard earned time – time, time, time. Time is something we can’t get back. Everyone can get a refund back, but you can’t get your time back. You can’t get the emotion back that you were gonna put into that show, to watch someone that you love. The person you buy their music to perform. This is called ‘a moment,’ folks. These are what make our lives. Moments and memories to share with each other and stuff, and he took that from people Saturday night.”
Earlier this week, Live Nation confirmed that the remainder of the Chicago rapper’s Saint Pablo tour dates would be cancelled. Then, one day after announcing the tour cancellation, Yeezy was hospitalized at the UCLA Medical Center for sleep deprivation after police responded to a call for a welfare check.
Since his hospitalization, Chance the Rapper sent prayers to the troubled entertainer in the middle of his performance of “All We Got” on BBC radio Tuesday morning.
“I want to extend a special prayer to my big brother Kanye West,” Chance said. “I know there’s a lot of weird folks out there but you already know that I’m a hundred grand. I want to just extend this prayer and this love from all the way in Britain. We might come home early to see this. Happy Thanksgiving.”