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BLACK BRITISH RADIO STATION BAN’S JAY Z’S ‘DRUNK IN LOVE’ LYRICS

Black British Internet radio station Bang Radio has announced that they will wipe Jay Z’s lyrics (“eat the cake Anna Mae I said eat the cake Anna Mae”) from Beyonce’s new single ‘Drunk In Love’. After discovering that the rapper’s verse references the abuse that singer Tina Turner suffered at the hands of her former husband Ike Turner, station executives decided to ban the verse. Bang Media CEO Jennifer Ogole said in a written statement: The lyrics derive from the film What’s Love []

UK NEWS: SCHOOL BANS SLANG TO IMPROVE STUDENTS SPEECH / DAVID LAMMY MP AGREES WITH BAN

Via BBC News Slang such as “ain’t”, “innit” and “coz” has been banned from a school in south London to try to help students find future employment. Harris Academy Upper Norwood said it implemented the initiative to allow its students to “express themselves confidently and appropriately”. Pupils heard using “informal language” will be asked to “reflect” on it. Other banned words include “like”, “bare” and “extra” and the phrases “you woz” and “we woz”. Starting sentences with “basically” and ending them with []

UK NEWS: 28 YEAR OLD WOMAN BANNED FROM NIGHTCLUBS FOR BEING ‘TOO OLD TO WEAR SKIMPY OUTFITS’

28-year-old mother of four Lisa Woodman has been banned from various nightclubs because according to the doormen, she is far to old to be wearing such revealing outfits. Woodman has been barred from Mode, Tramps and Velvet because of her low-cut tops, short skirts and knee-length boots and claims some of the doormen have humiliated her when turning her away. She said: ‘One doorman even made me walk up and down and turn around in front of people laughing at what I was wearing. Click HERE to continue []

UK NEWS: BOY BANNED FROM SCHOOL FOR “CORN-ROW” HAIRSTYLE TAKES BATTLE TO HIGH COURT

Via The Daily Mail A school’s decision to bar a pupil because of his hairstyle has come under challenge in a High Court test case. The boy, G, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was refused entry to St Gregory’s Catholic Science College in Kenton, Harrow, north London, at the age of 12 because he wears his hair in ‘cornrows’. The popular West African style of braiding hair along the scalp is prohibited under the strict uniform and hair policy at St []

“CONTROVERSIAL” VUVUZELA FACES WORLD CUP BAN AFTER PLAYERS, FANS AND BROADCASTERS COMPLAIN OF NOISE

Via The Mail The controversial vuvuzela horns could be banned from World Cup following thousands of complaints from fans, broadcasters and the players. South Africa’s World Cup organising chief Danny Jordaan revealed his officials had been swamped by protests about the ear-bursting horns being blown during matches. Mr Jordaan told BBC Sport the vuvuzela would be banned ‘if there are grounds to do so’. Continue Reading…. When England eventually get knocked out of the tournament I bet they blame it on the vuvuzela, []