NEW YORK - Cee Lo Green has been dropped from his last remaining performance dates as outrage builds over the R&B star's treatment of a woman and subsequent comments on rape.
The BayFest Music Festival in Alabama - the last concert date listed on Green's website - said late Monday that it had cancelled his October 4 performance.
Green's remarks "are contrary to the beliefs and conscience" of the festival, organizers said in a statement.
The singer was earlier dropped by a Washington festival organised for troops by the US military - which itself has faced accusations that it is not doing more to stop rape - and by the Gretna Heritage Festival in Louisiana.
The TBS network also cancelled his reality show "The Good Life."
Green - a five-time Grammy winner whose song "Crazy" with Gnarls Barkley was a massive hit in 2006 - was in August put on probation for giving a 33-year-old woman ecstasy without her knowledge.
Green had gone with the woman from a Los Angeles restaurant to her hotel. Prosecutors did not charge him with rape of an intoxicated person, citing lack of evidence.
Green later wrote a series of tweets, including, "People who have really been raped REMEMBER!!!"
The singer later deleted the tweets and apologised for "comments attributed to me" on Twitter.