Reports indicate that Tyga did not have the only controversial college concert this past weekend. Yelawolf reportedly broke a contract at Louisiana State University.
The same weekend Tyga controversially performed at Harvard, Yelawolf was slated to perform at Louisiana State University for their annual Groovin' On The Grounds free spring concert on Saturday (April 13). However, the college's newspaper, The Daily Reveille, reports that Yela did not complete his set, and instead stormed off stage. The Ghet-O-Vision/Shady/Interscope Records sensation left the stage, after he was reportedly reprimanded for the language in his set.
LSU Student Government President Taylor Cox claims this was in Yelawolf's $17,500 contract to appear. "Apparently [Yelawolf's] management did not tell him about [the curse-free clause] until moments before his performance,” Cox believes, who also adds that Yela's contract is null-and-void due to his failure to meet the agreement.
Lupe Fiasco, Groovin' On The Grounds' headline, did perform, according to reports. A week ago, Lupe ended a concert after he was struck by a glow stick thrown by a fan.
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