After a bizarre weekend that including him revealing his support for Donald Trump, ending a show after three songs and canceling a concert just hours before start time, Kanye West has officially called off the remaining dates on his Saint Pablo Tour. 

After fans of Kanye’s Nov. 19 show, which was cut short, were left scrambling to find out about refunds, Ticketmaster and Live Nation has released an official statement regarding how ticket holders can get their money back. According to a Live Nation press release, “Tickets will be fully refunded at point of purchase.”

If you’re wondering when you can see your money again, the official Ticketmaster Twitter account states that all “cancelled refunds are being processed automatically” and will be credited in five to seven business days. For fans who purchased their tickets at the box office, Ticketmaster says you will need to contact the box office for assistance. 

Although Kanye has yet to comment on the cancellation of the tour, a TMZ report says the rapper nixed his upcoming appearances after suffering from exhaustion. “He’s just exhausted,” said a source. “He’s been working around the clock on fashion design, both his own line and the Adidas line.”

If you’re not completely fed up with Kanye and his antics and would still like to see him perform live, the site reports the rapper is planning to kick off a second leg of the tour in 2017, but is not ready to announce dates. “He doesn’t want to give fans anything less than his best,” said a source.

Kanye’s final words during his Nov. 19 show in Sacramento, California, featured him calling out the media before walking off the stage. “Right now, press, get ready to write your passive aggressive, LeBron James, racist comments… Get ready to have a field day press, get ready, get ready, cause the show’s over,” he said.