In the least surprising news of the day, former UCF kicker Donald De La Haye is using YouTube to criticize the NCAA.
De La Haye made headlines last month when he said people "upstairs aren't happy with my videos, and they feel like I'm violating NCAA rules."
"I guess I can't make any videos that make it obvious that I'm a student-athlete, because that makes it seem like I'm using my likeness and my image to make money and all this, which I'm really not."
At the time, his YouTube channel Deestroying had 54,000 subscribers and his best videos garnered about 50,000 views. Instead of stopping the videos — which are against NCAA rules because he was using his image and likeness as a student-athlete to make money — De La Haye left the Knights' football team.
His subscriber base has since swelled to 167,000 and his videos now hit 500,000 views or more. And his latest video, Look at Me (NCAA Diss Track) should have no issue surpassing that.
The description says, "I'm sorry it had to come down to this."