American rapper, Kanye West, has postponed a show in Anaheim, California, that was scheduled for November 1st.

The cancellation occurred nearly a week after West postponed another show in Vancouver, Canada.

The reason behind the delayed show is "due to production logistics" and is now been rescheduled for a December 13th date. No doubt some of his many fans will be getting restless from the constant changes and cancellations.

The show's venue was 'The Honda Center' and on their official website they stated, "Fans are asked to please retain their tickets from the initially scheduled show, as they will be honored for the rescheduled date."

The Canadian concert was cancelled just hours before it was meant to commence "due to unforeseen circumstances" and was rescheduled for Halloween, on October 31st.

Even though the fans are becoming weary of the 36 year-olds inconsistency, Kanye still remains as happy as he can be after the 'Black Skinhead' rapper recently proposed to his girlfriend and mother of their daughter, Kim Kardashian.

Kanye is so smitten by the reality star he recently told Ryan Seacrest that his future wife was more influential than the first lady, Michelle Obama.

Mr West was responding to Mrs Obama's 'Vogue' cover and he said, "There's no way Kim Kardashian shouldn't be on the cover of Vogue, she's like the most intriguing woman right now."

Typically, Kanye didn't miss this opportunity to blow smoke up his own behind as he continued, "Collectively, we're the most influential with clothing. No one is looking at what [President Barack Obama] is wearing."

"Michelle Obama cannot Instagram a pic like what my girl Instagrammed the other day".

Michelle doesn't seem the type of women who will be burdened by an Instagrram photo and West is quickly becoming his own biggest fan, which will most likely cause more and more people to dislike the 'Stronger' singer.

West's North American tour supporting his latest studio album 'Yeezus' that was released on June 18th 2013.

West is currently on his 'Yeezus' North American tour