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BANNED!!! Barbados Radio Stations REFUSING To Play Chris Brown's Music -- Possibly FOREVER!!! - MediaTakeOut.com™ 2009

There maybe some truth to this ...for some reason,Bajans are not feeling very welcoming to Chris Brown at this time....I don't it will last forever though.

MediaTakeOut.com™ 2009: "Chris Brown has become a pariah in Rihanna's home country of Barbados. So much so that MediaTakeOut.com has learned that EVERY RADIO STATION on the island is boycotting Chris Brown's music."

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