Kanye West who just a few days ago was on stage ranting about his support for Donald Trump has been hospitalized. West has also cancelled the remainder of the “Saint Pablo” Tour. Initial reports indicate West may be struggling with a mental health crisis, as CNN reports:

(CNN)

Kanye West is under observation at a Los Angeles hospital following an abrupt cancellation of his concert tour on Monday.

A source close to West’s family told CNN that the rapper is being treated for “exhaustion” at UCLA Medical Center.
The decision to hospitalize West came after Los Angeles police responded to a disturbance call, according to the source.
West’s wife, Kim Kardashian West, was in New York Monday to attend a charity event where her late father was being honored, but she flew back to Los Angeles when she learned of her husband’s situation, the source said.

Sending thoughts and prayers to the Kardashian-West family at they deal with this situation, here’s hoping Kanye gets the help and or rest he needs.

On Sunday night at the American Music Awards, AMAs, Gigi Hadid opened the show by doing an impression of Melania Trump. Hadid has since released an “apology”.

I shouldn’t be so skeptical, as Ms. Hadid seems genuine in her note. However I’ve grown tired of the “I’m sorry if you’re offended apology” trend. If you’re sorry, say you’re sorry. If you’re not, don’t apologize. Gigi is also correct to direct anger towards the writers, they deserve the criticism.

And about… “Hamilton”.. Both sides felt the need to respond very publicly to the dust up.

Mike Pence was all over the Sunday Morning Talk Shows. His response delivered a very important point.

Vice President-elect Mike Pence on Sunday referred to the boos and lecturing he received when he went to see the Broadway musical “Hamilton” on Friday night as “what freedom sounds like.”

Pence said he “wasn’t offended by what was said” by one the lead actors during the curtain call. Actor Brandon Victory Dixon, standing next to others in the cast as Pence began to leave the hall, asked Pence to “work on behalf of all of us” during a nearly two-minute impassioned message directed toward the next vice president.

The creator of “Hamilton”, Lin-Manuel Miranda wants to keep talking about it as well…