Last month, Kanye West and his touring company Very Good Touring, Inc. filed a lawsuit worth $10 million against their insurance company Lloyd's of London. Ye claimed that the company hadn't paid out insurance claims after Kanye West was forced to abruptly cancel his Saint Pablo tour last year.

Lloyd recently responded to their suit and filed their own against Very Good, stating that West's reasons for cancelling the tour were "not beyond [his] control.' Since they have officially denied him his insurance, Kanye has come forward yet again desputing their claims that his reasons for cancelling the tour had to do with drug and alcohol use or pre-existing medical conditions. The suit reads that employees at Lloyd's "suggested that they may deny coverage of the claim on the unsupportable contention that use of marijuana by Kanye caused the medical condition." Messy.