Texas Radio Station Bans Madonna's Music After Anti-Trump Speech | Billboard News
After Madonna made a statement at the Women's March in Washington D.C. that she wanted to "blow up the White House", Texas radio station HITS 105 decided to ban the pop icon's music from playing on the station. Test of a thing of at hing that you test that you test of a thing that you test yes yes
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