Kanye West Pushes Back Tour Dates After Kim Kardashian's Robbery

Kanye West left the stage in the middle of a performance upon hearing about his wife's robbery in Paris

Kanye West has rescheduled two concert dates on his current Saint Pablo tour in the wake of his wife Kim Kardashian West being robbed at gunpoint in Paris.

Tuesday’s show at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center and Thursday’s performance at the Palace at Auburn Hills in Detroit have been rescheduled for Dec. 13 and Dec. 22, respectively, according to a statement from Live Nation to Rolling Stone. West’s final show was previously set for Nov. 1 with a performance at The Forum in Inglewood, California.

The Saint Pablo tour is scheduled to resume this Friday at Chicago’s United Center.

West, 39, was performing his hit “Heartless” at the Meadows Music & Arts Festival in Queens, New York when he abruptly ended the show, telling the crowd there was a “family emergency.”

“I’m sorry. I’m sorry. Family emergency, I have to stop the show,” the rapper told fans.


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Kardashian, 35, was held at gunpoint early Monday morning by masked men dressed as police officers.

The reality star was staying at The No Address Hotel while attending Paris Fashion Week when five men dressed as police officers entered the through the service entrance around 2:30 a.m. Sources tell PEOPLE that Kardashian was tied up and locked in her bathroom while the men made off with two cellphones and about $10 million worth of jewelry, including a $4 million ring.

“She is badly shaken but physically unharmed,” her rep told PEOPLE.


Kardashian was spotted leaving Paris on a private jet hours later after police questioning, and Kendall Jenner left the City of Light just behind her.

The couple have reunited in New York City on Monday morning, flanked by a swarm of security. According to Gunilla Ebers, the director of an art studio across the street, the scene “was out of control. Police barricades, a couple of police cars, secret service and 15 big, black Cadillac Escalades.”

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