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It's isn't just social media that has chosen to cancel Sheck Wes - the Major Soccer League is also dropping an ad featuring the accused rapper.

According to reports, the "Mo Bamba" rapper was gearing up to appear in an ad campaign, 'Our Soccer,' alongside fellow artists Prince Royce and DJ TOKiMONSTA. 

In Prince Royce's ad, he narrates in which he dons a jersey for Inter Miami CF, the forthcoming expansion team co-owned by David Beckham which debuts in 2020. He watches a game with friends and TOKiMONSTA who is sporting Los Angeles Football Club gear. 

"Being born and bred in L.A. is kind of few and far in between, not very many people are actually from here," TOKIMONSTA told Forbes.

 "Which is fine because that creates the culture we're in so you can gain influences from all these different people; the things that they do, the sounds that they make. LAFC being in L.A., they're a part of this landscape."

Sheck Wes' commercial has not aired.

“In light of the recent news regarding Sheck Wes, he is no longer part of the campaign,” the professional soccer league said in a statement shared with USA Today.

On Feb. 10, Skye outed Sheck Wes as her alleged abuser. 

"Sheck Wes (my abuser) and his friends decide to STALK US and attack my friends. Two cars full of n*ggas while he sat in the car like a b*tch," she tweeted.

Wes has denied the allegations.