During the ninth inning of Sunday’s 6-4 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals at Wrigley Field, the Chicago Cubs played a song called “Smack My Bitch Up” as Aroldis Chapman walked off the mound.

That is a wildly inappropriate song for a sporting event, and the Cubs closer’s history only intensifies the misstep.

In March, Chapman was suspended 30 games after he reportedly choked his girlfriend during an argument and then fired eight gunshots into the wall and window of his garage last October.

According to ESPN.com’s Jesse Rogers, the Cubs apologized, saying it was “unfortunate and should not have happened.”

Paul Sullivan of the Chicago Tribune thinks the DJ at Wrigley Field will be disciplined:

UPDATE: Monday, Aug. 15 at 1:06 p.m. ET

As expected, the Cubs have ended their relationship with the employee, per Rogers:

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This is a bad look for the Cubs all around.

[h/t For The Win]

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