On Monday, Morehouse College released a statement canceling a basketball tournament that featured Donda Academy, a private school founded by the artist formerly known as Kanye West.

Morehouse College was set to host the basketball event which was scheduled to take place at the college’s Forbes Arena on November 6, but ultimately decided to cancel the event in response to “recent divisive and unproductive statements by Ye, formerly known as Kanye West,” the school stated.

This comes after numerous companies cut ties with Ye due to his antisemitic and offensive comments in recent weeks.

Ye promoted the basketball event on Sunday on his Instagram account as it was to be the season opener game between the Doves of Donda Academy and the team The Skill Factory. In promoting the game, Ye’s Instagram post said: “Some establishments still stood up that’s love #lovespeech.” He also posted a link to purchase tickets, which ranged from $20 to $500, according to the site.

The online description of the event said it would be a chance to support the team at “a star studded night of hoops alongside Jaylen Brown and many other A-list celebs.”

Brown, who plays for the Boston Celtics, recently ended his association with Donda Sports but expressed support for the young Donda Academy athletes.

On Saturday he tweeted, “It’s important resources are provided for these student athletes not taken away. shout out to @Morehouse for opening their doors to host the Donda Doves’ official 1st basketball game of the season. I need everyone in Atlanta to show love and support! I’ll be in attendance,”

He responded to Morehouse’s cancellation statement with a tweet saying “An unfortunate retraction but the kids and family appreciate the consideration currently looking for another solution.”