In November, the rapper was hospitalized following an incident at his trainer's house. West has since been released and the 911 call made public.
Following hospitalization for exhaustion, paranoia, and sleep deprivation, Kanye West was released from UCLA Medical Center on Wednesday after being under observation since November 21.
Now, TMZ has obtained and published West's 911 call, which includes the dispatcher saying, "Don’t let him get any weapons." The call was made by West's doctor after the artist's behavior became erratic while he was visiting his trainer.
The call does not identify or include West's voice. During the call, a man identifies himself as one of West's doctors, requesting back up, police and medical, and adding, "I think he’s definitely going to need to be hospitalized. I wouldn’t just do the police by itself."
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West's hospitalization came after the rapper's Saint Pablo stop in San Jose and his Beyoncé and Jay Z moment in Sacramento, which then led 'Ye to cancel the remainder of his tour.
Various rumors have been circulating about the days leading up to West's hospitalization, but nothing has been confirmed.