The fallout over Rick Ross’ date-rape lyrics on the song “U.O.E.N.O” continues as the Miami rapper has a show in Ottawa, Canada cancelled due to a student boycott.

As reported by O.Canada.com, Rick Ross was scheduled to perform last night in Ottawa, Canada, but the concert was cancelled due to a protest from college students, from the University of Ottawa and Carleton University, which caused security concerns and made the shows promoter cancel the performance.

Since 2007, student associations at Carleton and the University of Ottawa have collaborated on a year end concert, but this year they wouldn’t let it go down due to the MMG rappers’ offensive lyrics.

Ross’ controversial lyrics are as followed: Put molly all in her champagne / She ain’t even know it / I took her home and I enjoyed that / She ain’t even know it.”

Ethan Plato, the president of the Student Federation at the University of Ottawa addressed boycotting Rick Ross:

He wasn’t an artist the SFUO could support.

The Carleton University Students Association released an official statement on boycotting Ross:

The Carleton University Students’ Association is hereby informing our membership and the greater community that as previously indicated, we have worked hard to negotiate and reach a settlement with the organizers of the upcoming Rick Ross concert.

As such, CUSA has completely pulled its support from the show and will be reimbursing all of the students who have purchased their tickets from the association. No more tickets will be sold through the association here on.

We would like to emphasize that this decision was made collaboratively in conversation with different parties involved. The respectful dialogue included the organizers, the executive team and most importantly our students.

The Vice President Student Life and the rest of the executive are now looking to host an alternative event to celebrate the end of the academic year at Carleton University.

The cancelled concert comes on the heels of women’s rights group leading a protest outside of ’s flagship store in Manhattan, and delivering 72k + petitions demanding that drop from his endorsement deal with the company.

Due to the cancelled concert, Rick Ross is missing on out a huge payday as he was rumored to earn somewhere in between 100k-250k for the show in Ottawa.