A spokesperson for Morehouse says the school "cannot condone, in perception or implication, the recent divisive and unproductive statements by Ye, formerly known as Kanye West."
Of course, Morehouse's decision isn't going to sit well with Celtics star Jaylen Brown, who has publicly advocated against Donda hoops players being affected due to Kanye's words.
Our youth needs our support more than ever if you can stop by come out Nov 6th to @Morehouse at 7:30pm and show love and support to these young people. They have nothing to do with what’s going on and should not be penalized #wedontcancelourkidshttps://t.co/WBMTYceF1u
Brown -- who parted ways with Donda Sports agency last week -- recently said that he will sponsor any event willing to host the team.
"This can’t negatively impact these student-athletes," Brown said. "We all must ensure they complete their senior yr both academically & athletically."
To any HS basketball coaches & event coordinators, These student athletes can’t be negatively impacted by this. I will sponsor any event existing or new, willing to host Donda Academy We all must ensure they complete their senior yr both academically & athletically. Contact me