Legal woes and controversial comments have cost Cee Lo Green & the rest of the Goodie Mob a television show. TBS wanted no parts of the rapper’s unscripted television show, canceling it after just six episodes according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Green had faced incredible backlash over the Labor Day holiday this past weekend when he made a series of tweets about the nature of rape. Those tweets have since been deleted but Green implied that women could only be raped if they were conscious and also compared the heinous act to a home invasion. “If someone is passed out they’re not even WITH you consciously! So WITH implies consent,” Green wrote. “People who have really been raped REMEMBER!!!” he wrote.

The rapper and former ‘Voice’ judge pleaded no contest last month to a 2012 charge of felony count of furnishing ecstasy to a woman. He was promptly sentenced to three years probation and ordered perform 360 hours of community service and attend 52 ANAA meetings. He’s expected back in court for a progress report next March.

The Good Life had concluded its first season in June in which the main focus was Green’s daily life recording music, touring and juggling artists.