Singer Tyrese says that he was kicked out of a radio station in Delaware after he made on-air remarks about the prevalence of liquor stores in the state’s urban neighborhoods.
The singer who was appearing in the station to promote his new album, says they asked him to leave after he criticized the state for having liquor stores near the schools.
“Get them cats out of here,” he said to the DJ. ”Selling alcohol right across from your kids school, homie — put the pressure on them homie … you knowhow to put pressure on dudes selling in your hood.”
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