It seems as though Tyga was not the only rapper with a controversial University performance this weekend. Yelawolf was scheduled to play at Louisiana State University for their annual Groovin' On The Grounds spring concert on Saturday, but the event didn't go so smoothly.

According to the school's paper, Yela did not complete his set, leaving the stage early in a huff. The rapper was upset that he was requested to perform "clean" versions of his songs, a term that was in his contract for the show, but was only revealed to him by his management moments before talking the stage.

Wolf failing to complete his set was a direct breach of his contract, and renders the agreement "null and void".

Lupe Fiasco took the stage after Yela, and seemingly had no qualms with delivering a curse-free performance. Glow sticks on the other hand, have seen him react similarly to Yelawolf.