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MTV Kill Fiddy


11/01/07
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(antiMusic) 50 Cent is mystified that television networks would not want to run a video for a song called "I Still Kill." Fiddy sees some kind of hypocrisy at work here, conveniently ignoring a long history of the leading "music" networks not airing songs with questionable titles, or having the songs changed for mass consumption (for example Weezer's "We Are All On Drugs" was turned into the ubber lame "We Are All In Love")

Launch has the story: 50 Cent's new single "I Still Kill" has been banned by TV stations MTV and BET in America. The track has been renamed "I Still Will."

50 Cent told New York Magazine: "I don't think they have a problem with the group the Killers being called 'The Killers' and I don't think anyone's protesting that Guns N' Roses is called 'Guns N' Roses.'" - more on this story

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