Ohio Radio Station Pulls Brown's Music
The bosses of a Cleveland, Ohio radio station have pulled CHRIS BROWN's music from airplay lists following a protest from listeners.
Fans of 96.5 KISS FM inundated the station's owners with complaints when Brown's music was played after the R&B star was arrested and charged with making criminal threats to his girlfriend Rihanna.
Producers immediately took action and announced they would no longer play the hitmaker's music.
Programme director Bo Matthews says, "I made the decision to rid the whole station of Chris Brown songs while this plays out. We are fans of Chris Brown's music, and this is not something that will last forever."
Reports suggest radio stations in Indianapolis and Pittsburgh have also pulled Brown's music.