Chance The Rapper Cancels Remainder of European Tour

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Chance the Rapper performs live during a concert at the Columbiahalle on Nov. 16, 2016 in Berlin, Germany.

Chance The Rapper has canceled the remainder of his Magnificent Coloring World tour in Europe due to "personal reasons."

According to a statement on Facebook from the promoter, the Chicago rapper was scheduled to perform two shows at the Helix in Dublin and a concert at the Apollo in Manchester.

"He sends his apologies for this and looks forward to returning to Europe in 2017," the statement read. 

Chance has previously canceled stints due to health issues, like his 2014 Coachella set where he had fallen ill and was taken to the hospital. Earlier this year, he missed a charity performance in New York also after being hospitalized. 

News of his canceled stint comes after Chance The Rapper's frequent collaborator and "big brother" Kanye West also shut down the remainder of his Saint Pablo tour outing earlier this week after being hospitalized and reportedly suffering from "temporary psychosis due to sleep deprivation."

A rep for Chance The Rapper did not immediately respond to Billboard's request for comment.