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USA: Bun B addresses rap lyrics being admissible in court

20 January 2014

Bun B was asked to speak to the American tv-channel MSNBC about rap lyrics, freedom of expression and racial and social profiling. With the New Jersey Supreme Court set to consider whether rap lyrics of a criminal defendant should be admissible in a court of law, Bun B was asked about how this issue is one about freedom of speech.

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