Kanye West will no longer be appearing atop a floating stage as the outspoken rapper has canceled the remainder of his Saint Pablo concert tour.

"The remaining dates on the Saint Pablo tour have been canceled. Tickets will be fully refunded at point of purchase," a rep for West noted in a statement.

The tour cancellation comes right after West's highly-publicized remarks he made Saturday towards Jay Z, and Beyonce during a performance in Sacramento that he ended early just 30 minutes after he arrived 90 minutes late.

The rant featured the 39-year-old calling Beyonce's MTV Video of the Year Award win rigged and that Jay Z needed to call him and talk to him "like a man."

West had also gotten political bringing up Hillary Clinton and how concert goers couldn't believe she lost the presidential election because "You was lied to by Google. You was lied to by Mark Zuckerberg."

Following Saturday's performance, West cancelled his next show on Sunday that was scheduled to take place in Inglewood. Ticketmaster previously stated those two concerts would be refunded as well.

The rant and cancellations come after West made headlines for stating during a concert in San Jose that if he voted, he would have cast his ballot in favor of Donald Trump.

Notably on Sunday, West revisited his Instagram account that has been left untouched since its activation in September with his first Total Recall themed post.

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West has now mysteriously posted 99 fashion photos seemingly taken from old magazines.