This weekend (May 5-7), the 2017 Rolling Loud Festival will take place, and when it does, it will do so without Rob Stone. Originally slated to perform at the star-studded Florida music fest, Stone was recently removed from the lineup to avoid any conflict with Ski Mask The Slump God and XXXTENTACION, two Florida artists who will be performing at the Miami festival.

"Due to recent events, the festival has decided that the safest course of action is to remove Rob Stone from the Rolling Loud Festival 2017 lineup in order to maintain a safe concert experience for fans and artists alike," Rolling Loud reps said about their decision to remove Stone from the tour. "Rob was ready, willing, and able to perform, but we felt removing him was imperative."

In case you didn't hear, Stone and Ski Mask had a series of disagreements while on Desiigner's Outlet tour last month. Eventually, Ski Mask was jumped by Stone's people while performing, and a short time later, both he and Stone were off the tour.

Stone took to Twitter on Monday (May 1) to address the lineup change, saying he was paid not to show up.

"They paid me in full in advance not to show up at the festival. The promoter is their boy. They're all pussies. Whatever tho, see ya in CA," Stone wrote on Twitter. "Bro I just got put on Made In America you think I give a fuck about not being on rolling loud . I am hype as fuck right now lmao."

You can check out the updated Rolling Loud lineup and set times for all three days below, followed by Rob Stone's tweets addressing his removal from the festival. Ski Mask is all set to perform on Saturday, May 6 at 4:30 p.m. EST.

Rob Stone Addresses Being Removed From 2017 Rolling Loud Lineup