‘Kill Bush’ rappers rapped by US

4 November 2004
Gatans Parlament – a Norwegian rap group that criticised US President George W Bush by setting up a website whose name means “Kill him now” is in trouble with US authorities.

Washington’s embassy in Oslo has reported hip-hop artists Gatans Parlament to the police, accusing them of threatening the president.
Their website argued for shooting the US president and urged readers to pay money towards a bounty on his head.
Gatans Parlament, or Street Parliament, has defended the exercise as a satire.

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