Kanye West’s 911 Emergency Call Released; Highlights ‘Erratic’ Behavior

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By Staff writers | 10:42 am, November 22, 2016

The 911 call which ended up sending Kanye West to hospital handcuffed to a stretcher has been released with the operator calling the situation a “psychiatric emergency”.

TMZ reports that paramedics showed up to the home of West’s trainer, Harley Pasternak, around 1:20pm local time.

Someone at the home called emergency responders, saying that West was behaving “erratically”.

West reportedly was not keen in riding in the ambulance but was handcuffed to a stretcher and taken to UCLA Medical Centre for a psychiatric examination.

West’s wife, Kim Kardashian, flew to New York City early on Monday to attend the Angel Ball, but bailed when West required medical attention.

Kanye West blasts Beyonce, Jay-Z

Her sisters, Khloe and Kourtney, were in attendance, but Kim was nowhere to be seen on the night.

It comes after West launched into an epic tirade onstage in Sacramento, prompting the rest of his Saint Pablo tour to be cancelled.

West ranted about Jay-Z and Beyonce and walked offstage after just a few songs, one which he played twice.

Kanye West on Donald Trump

West reportedly came on stage close to two hours late before launching into an epic rant suggesting Beyonce’s Formation win at the MTV Video Music Awards was rigged.

“Beyonce, I was hurt,” West said. “I heard that you said you wouldn’t perform unless you won Video of the Year over me and [Drake’s] Hotline Bling.

He also went off on Jay Z asking the rapper to call him and talk to him “like a man.”.

“Jay Z, I know you got killas. Please don’t send them at my head. Just call me — talk to me like I man,” he said.

Earlier last week he had shoes thrown at him on stage as he told fans that he didn’t vote in the US election but if he did then he would have voted for Donald Trump.

“Not only did I not vote, but there were a lot of things I actually liked about Trump’s campaign. His approach was f**king genius — because it worked,” he told fans.

This article was originally published in news.com.au