Kanye West Saint Pablo Tour: European Leg Was 'Never Confirmed'

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Kanye West performs during The Meadows Music & Arts Festival Day 2 on Oct. 2, 2016 in New York City. 

Following his hospitalization last month and a recent headline-grabbing meeting with president elect Donald Trump, reports have circulated that Kanye West canceled the European leg of his Saint Pablo tour.

A source close to the situation tells Billboard, "The tour was never confirmed -- so there was nothing to cancel." Live Nation also confirms: "Kanye West’s SAINT PABLO TOUR never had a confirmed European leg. As such, there were no dates to cancel."

Last month, the rap mogul canceled more than 20 tour dates on the trek, powered by Live Nation, in November, after a series of bizarre rants at his San Jose and Sacramento concerts, where he voiced his support for Trump and also called out Jay Z, Beyonce, Hillary Clinton and LeBron James.

According to TMZ, a second leg was in the works with planned stops in Paris, Germany and the U.K. but that "no dates were set and no tickets were sold."

West was hospitalized at UCLA Medical Center on Nov. 21 after suffering from exhaustion and sleep deprivation. A source told Billboard at the time that the rapper went to the hospital of his own will and under the consultation of his physician.

Billboard has reached out to Kanye West's reps for comment.