The rapper, famous for his hit single “Bugatti,” was scheduled to perform at the school’s basketball event on Friday night in the Carrier Dome. The university said in a release that it wanted “to ensure that Orange Madness is truly a family experience. We share concerns about the appropriateness of the act. “
Released earlier this year, “Bugatti” is about attaining success and having money but contains profanity.
Last year, the annual event ended 30 minutes early after a man was stabbed. The university’s decision to cut the party short came after several fights.
The school issued a statement afterward, saying steps would be taken to make sure safety was increased in the future.