How Big Of A Baby Back Bitch Is Kanye West For Canceling His Tour Due To ‘Exhaustion’?

There isn’t a day in my life when I don’t wake up before I’m ready. Exhaustion is my default setting and there are very few things that I do where my heart beats above 12 ticks per minute. Most of my day, I’m a walking dead man. Most of my life feels like the moment after I just busted a nut. With that said, I understand my responsibility to the world–pump out blogs and keep the content machine churning. It’s my calling, it’s why my grandfather fought in Vietnam– to give me an opportunity to spew out dick jokes on the web. RIP Gramps.

But the difference between what I’m doing and what a guy like Kanye West does is that I have no screaming fans, no sell-out stadiums, no multi-million tour dates, no rent money. With all those incentives, you have to be a baby back bitch to cancel the entirety of your tour for something as petty as ‘exhaustion.’

But that’s exactly what Kanye did. The man who thinks he’s God’s gift to Earth had to bow out of his Saint Pablo Tour (which was set to run through December 31), citing ‘exhaustion.’

A source connected to the rapper tell TMZ … “He’s just exhuasted. He’s been working around the clock on fashion design, both his own line and the Adidas line.”

The source said the rigors of being on the road every night really wore him out, and it sounds like Kim Kardashian’s Paris robbery was also weighing on him. We’re told, “All the time spent away from his family has been a stress on him as well. They are most important to him.”

The announcement came just one day after Kayne showed up an hour and a half late for a show, ranted about Jay Z and Beyonce, played three songs and hit the road.

Kanye, a little PSA from a blue collar dude who thought Graduation was a God-send: no one wants your $820 t-shirts, drop the fashion schtick and focus on what catapulted you to fame in the first place.

If you’re not going to answer to me, at least address this guy. He may be plotting an attack.

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Matt’s love of writing was born during a sixth grade assembly when it was announced that his essay titled “Why Drugs Are Bad” had taken first prize in D.A.R.E.’s grade-wide contest. The anti-drug people gave him a $50 savings bond for his brave contribution to crime-fighting, and upon the bond’s maturity 10 years later, he used it to buy his very first bag of marijuana.