Kanye West is currently hospitalized on a 5150 hold at UCLA. There may be a silver lining, Kanye West Pablo Lyrics in Question!?!
Flip and find out about Kanye West Pablo Lyrics may in the way of him cashing out for mental illness…
We don’t wish mental illness on anyone, but when it happens there is no control, which leads us to this breaking news on Kanye West.
According to reports, Kanye may luck out unlike most Americans who suffer from mental illness. See his illness may have saved him millions of dollars.
On Monday, 6 hours before he was handcuffed to a stretcher and hauled off to UCLA Medical Center on a 5150 hold, Kanye announced the cancellation of his tour. By cutting the tour short, Kanye reportedly lost around $30 mil, and he’s on the hook for venues and others with whom he made contracts.
New reports have surface via TMZ, that
Kanye had an insurance policy that covered him in the event illness prevented him from performing. The policy provides the insurance carrier will pay Kanye for not only the money he’d make but the money he was obligated to pay others if “accident or illness … prevents any Insured Person from appearing or continuing to appear in any or all of the Insured Performance(s) or Event(s).”
Translation … Kanye’s doctor laid the groundwork for filing a claim under the policy. The only catch is, the insurance company can deny coverage if Kanye had a preexisting condition that he didn’t disclose it. The other reason it can be denied is if his illness was caused by his “unreasonable or capricious behavior.”
Kanye West Pablo Lyrics in Question!
Could the Life of Pablo album by Kanye West reveal a preexisting condition?
If the insurance companies looks into his lyrics, Kanye has 3 “The Life of Pablo” tracks where ‘Ye mentions struggling with depression and/or his mental health.
For example, on “FML” … ‘Ye raps about taking the antidepressant Lexapro — used to treat bipolar disorder among other things — and a specific episode that went down while off the drug.”
Then there’s “No More Parties in L.A.” where Kanye gives a shout-out to his psychiatrist, and “Feedback,” where he raps “I’ve been outta my mind a long time.”
As long as Kanye disclosed those preexisting conditions to the insurance company, then he should be covered. That means he’ll be off the hook for cover costs, including his salary, for the cancelled tour dates.
We will keep you posted…