When your closer is an accused domestic abuser, playing a song called “Smack My Bitch Up” as he walks off the mound is a bold move.

Regardless, that’s exactly what the Chicago Cubs did Sunday night. While with the New York Yankees, Aroldis Chapman was suspended 30 games for allegedly choking his girlfriend, smashing a car window, and firing eight rounds inside his garage. Now with the Cubs, this song played as he closed out the ninth inning.

Per ESPN:

“The Cubs say they unintentionally played the song ‘Smack My Bitch Up’ last night when Aroldis Chapman walked off the mound in the ninth inning. The Cubs will have a strong response to it this morning. It was ‘unfortunate and should not have happened,’ according to the team.”

Yes, I’d definitely say it’s “unfortunate” when a song that’s titled “Smack My Bitch Up” and includes these lyrics…

Change my pitch up
Smack my bitch up
Change my pitch up
Smack my bitch up
Change my pitch up
Smack my bitch up
Change my pitch up
Smack my bitch up
Smack my bitch up
Eaaaheeyheeaheyyyee
Aaahaaahaaaaaaaaaaahha
Eaaaheeyheeaheyyyee
Aaahhaaaaa
Aaahhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Smack my bitch up
Change my pitch up
Smack my bitch up
Change my pitch up
Smack my bitch up

…gets put on full blast at an MLB stadium. Never mind the fact Chapman literally smacked his bitch up. Shoutout to the guy at Wrigley Field who just lost his job.