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Kanye West and insurer Lloyd’s of London have been “resolved amicably”, its $10m (£7.1 m) lawsuit over cancelled tour dates.

The Saint Pablo Tour had 21 dates left in November of 2016, when West pulled, the rest of the disease.

Lloyd’s allegedly a musician, marijuana had used, and refused to pay, citing a clause in the contract concerning alcohol and drug use.

West, 40, then he sued the insurer on his treatment in a psychiatric centre.

A judge in California dismissed the case on Wednesday after a request by the attorneys for both sides.

West and the lawyer, and Lloyd’s, both declined to comment to tell other than, the matter was resolved “amicably”.’Unpredictable’ Behavior

The first lawsuit, filed in August of 2017 from the West and his touring company – Very Good Touring Inc – detailed as well as West end because of its “tense, confused and unpredictable” behavior during earlier stages of the tour.

The cancellation of the last 21 dates came to following West’s waiver of a show in Sacramento.

He had only to scold three songs during the concert before embarking on an unscripted, criticize that Facebook, Jay-Z and Hillary Clinton.

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The rapper spent eight days in a Neuro-psychiatric centre in Los Angeles, where it was decided that he could not say more with the tour, the lawsuit.

A few weeks after the West-a lawsuit was filed, Lloyd’s of London, put his own countersuit against the company, claiming that the star were the reasons for the denial “over [his] control”, and therefore, his insurance deny the claim.

But lawyers for the company denied implied by the West “use of marijuana, provided that the sole basis for the denial of the claim” and spoke of “significant irregularities” in his medical history.

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