Ticketmaster will provide refunds to those who attended last night's "Saint Pablo" show in Sacramento, which was ended by Kanye West after three songs and another controversial rant.
Kanye West has been mocked and ridiculed all over social media for the unpredictable rants that have been the focal points of his last two "Saint Pablo" show, beginning last week in San Jose (Nov. 17), when he admitted his admiration of Donald Trump. The most upset group of people are likely the Sacramento fans who, on Saturday night (Nov. 19), had to endure a lengthy spiel -- during which he called out Beyonce and Jay Z -- only to have him abruptly end the show after just three songs. And this was after he was reportedly an hour and a half late to start the show.
Lucky for fans who bought their tickets via Ticketmaster, the company is providing a full refund for last night's show, reports ABC10. The refunds will be automatically credited to fans' Ticketmaster accounts within 5-7 business days.
Kanye had cancelled a show earlier this month in LA, and he had personally promised full refunds to the audience. He stopped the show because his voice had given out, after being onstage for about 45 minutes. Ticketmaster soon responded by saying that Kanye doesn't have the authority to issue ticket refunds. Last night's abridged show in Sacramento is the third concert he's cancelled on the "Saint Pablo" tour, which began on Aug. 25. The first cancellation occurred, understandably, on Oct. 2 in NYC, immediately after he had heard that Kim had been robbed at gunpoint in Paris.
Though the whole show only lasted about 30 minutes -- most of which was taken up by Kanye's tirade -- fans did get to witness the public reconciliation between Ye and Kid Cudi, as well as a joint performance of "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1."