The street sign posts are currently empty. The city said the Department of Public Works has decided to wait "for the song's popularity to fade before replacing the signs again."
The rapper's tune first ignited controversy when, after debuting at No. 19 on the Hot Country Songs chart, Billboard removed it in March, deeming it more of a rap song a than country song.
The track has now broken several records. It just notched its 19th week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 – the longest run for any artist this year.