The elaborate stage set-up on Travis Scott's "Astroworld" tour may have left the Houston rapper with one less opening act. According to TMZ, Trippie Redd has decided to call it quits on the remaining dates on Travis Scott's tour.

Trippie Redd is reportedly very frustrated with the production on Scott's tour. The rapper reportedly decided to quit the tour due to production issues that have interfered with set times over the course his run with Travis Scott. The production for the show has pushed back start times for the opening acts, forcing Trippie to settle with a shorter set. Trippie reportedly feels like Scott's crew takes far too long to put together the stage set up. 

Despite quitting the tour, Trippie said that he doesn't have beef with Travis Scott. The Astroworld rapper himself has been upset over the stage set-up as well as the length of time it takes to put it together. Trippie said that it doesn't seem worth it if he's only given a short amount of time to perform a handful of songs. Trippie didn't show up in Detroit on Tuesday night and he won't be hitting the stage for the remainder of the tour.

Unfortunately, Trippie isn't the only one who's been affected by the pushback in set times. Scott was forced to postpone four shows on the tour in Hartford, Cleveland, Milwaukee, and Tampa at the beginning on November.