Update: There are now no reports of Lil Dicky coming to Binghamton, as the location is no longer listed on his tour schedule.

It looks like Lil Dicky is coming to Binghamton on Spring Fling weekend, but it won’t be for Spring Fling.

Earlier in the week, the up-and-coming rapper — whose real name is David Burd — announced his “(Still) Looking for Love” tour on his website, slotting Binghamton into the schedule on Saturday, May 7.

Though Lil Dicky was one of the artists featured on the Student Association’s (SA) Spring Fling survey, it was unclear if this performance had any relation to the University’s annual spring concert. Bernadette Machuca, the SA vice president for programming, has since confirmed that her team does not have an agreement with the artist, and that they are in fact negotiating with two other acts.

This can mean that either there has been a mistake in the rapper’s camp and a Binghamton tour date was accidentally posted — possibly in response to the SA’s inquiring into his availability — or more interestingly, that Lil Dicky is taking Spring Fling head-on and holding a concert of his own off-campus.

The most likely off-campus venue, the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena, currently has Teen Choice Dancer Chloe Lukasiak slotted to perform at 7 p.m. the day of Spring Fling.

The rapper, whose first taste of the spotlight came when the music video for his song “Ex-Boyfriend” received over a million views in under 24 hours when it was released in 2013, has made a name for himself by infusing his lyrics with humorous observations about everyday life. His song “$ave Dat Money,” which featured Fetty Wap and Rich Homie Quan, reached number 71 on the Billboard Top 100 after being released in June.

Pipe Dream will continue to follow this story as it develops.