JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – R&B vocalist Cupid announced he will not be performing at the 164th Mississippi State Fair in Jackson.

The singer announced his performance on Sunday, October 8 for “Line Dance with Cupid” will not take place. According to Cupid, he was told the full backend of the original contract would not be available.

“I love Mississippi and hate this for all my dancing fans, but I can’t continue to be the nice guy and letting people do this,” he said in a post on Facebook.

Cupid said he sent back the deposit to the promoter on Thursday, October 5, which was the day the state fair opened to the public.

Despite the contractual disagreement, Thee Ultimate Line Dance Xperience Party will go on as scheduled.

“This event was never about Cupid, it was always about the people and for the people who enjoy line dance. So, Xperience Jxn Entertainment welcomes everyone to come out this Sunday, check out the other performers and artists and simply have a great time,” said Yolanda Singleton, promoter for Xperience Jxn Entertainment.