When UCF kicker Donald De La Haye wasn’tt busy drilling field goals for the Golden Knight’s football team, he’s was busy posting videos to his successful YouTube channel. De La Haye’s videos are pretty popular, as his channelDeestroying currently has over 54 thousand subscribers. But unfortunately for De La Haye, the NCAA and UCF noticed.
De La Haye has advertisements that run on his videos, which does not make the NCAA nor UCF happy. They claim he’s using his likeness as a student athlete to make money, so they gave him an ultimatum: De La Haye can either stop collecting dough from his YouTube channel or quit playing college football.
After a couple of weeks of back and forth deliberation, the ruling came down today that UCF had decided to rule De La Haye ineligible.
It goes without saying that De La Haye didn’t take too kindly to his dismissal, and promptly responded with a fire NCAA diss track.
You can donate to De La Haye’s college tuition here.