Update: Kanye West was hospitalized in the Los Angeles area on Monday afternoon following the abrupt cancelation of the remainder of his Saint Pablo tour, the New York Times reports. According to one of the rapper's representatives, West has been placed under observation for exhaustion.

NBC News, meanwhile, reports that Los Angeles police responded to a "medical welfare" emergency involving West at about 1:20 p.m. PT on Monday. Sources told the site that there was no criminal activity involved, but West was hospitalized "for his own health and safety."

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Kanye West has canceled the remaining dates on his Saint Pablo tour, including two scheduled in Philadelphia in December.

A representative for West on Monday confirmed the tour's cancellation to Pitchfork, telling the site that the tour is off and "tickets will be fully refunded at point of purchase."

The nixing of the tour is the latest cancellation from West, who recently canceled a gig in Los Angeles just hours before the doors were scheduled to open. Prior to that cancellation, West cut short his performance in Sacramento, Calif., where he played three songs. Before that, the rapper told a crowd in San Jose that he "would've voted for Trump" had he voted in this year's presidential election.

West was previously scheduled to perform at the Wells Fargo Center on Dec. 13 and 15. The Dec. 13 performance itself was set to be a make-up date for West's previously canceled Oct. 4 gig at the venue.

Having kicked off in August, the Saint Pablo tour supported West's most recent release, The Life of Pablo, which saw a release in February this year.

The full list of canceled tour dates is below:

Nov. 22 - Fresno, Calif. - Save Mart Center
Nov. 23 - Anaheim, Calif. - Honda Center
Nov. 26 - Dallas - American Airlines Center
Nov. 28 - Denver - Pepsi Center
Dec. 1 - San Antonio, Texas - AT&T Center
Dec. 2 - Houston - Toyota Center
Dec. 4 - Fort Lauderdale, Fla. - BB&T Center
Dec. 6 - Orlando - Amway Center
Dec. 8 - Atlanta - Philips Arena
Dec. 9 - Columbia, S.C.- Colonial Life Arena
Dec. 11 - Albany, N.Y. - The Times Union Center
Dec. 13 - Philadelphia - Wells Fargo Center
Dec. 15 - Philadelphia - Wells Fargo Center
Dec. 16 - Newark, N.J. - Prudential Center
Dec. 18 - Toronto, Ontario - Air Canada Centre
Dec. 20 - Louisville, Ky. - KFC Yum! Center
Dec. 22 - Auburn Hills, Mich. - The Palace of Auburn Hills
Dec. 27 - Washington - Verizon Center
Dec. 28 - Boston, Mass. - TD Garden
Dec. 30 - Brooklyn, N.Y. - Barclays Center
Dec. 31 - Brooklyn, N.Y. - Barclays Center