‘F**k Donald Trump’: Hacked radio stations played protest song on loop

‘F**k Donald Trump’: Hacked radio stations played protest song on loop
A number of radio stations across the US have been hacked with an anti-Trump song ‘F**k Donald Trump.’ In many cases, the stations were unable to stop the profanity-laced song playing on a loop.

WFBS, a South Carolina station known for playing oldies, took to Facebook to defend itself after it had been hacked on Monday.

“This is NOT our broadcast!” station president Frank Patterson wrote. “We at WFBS do not take political views!”

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‘F**k Donald Trump’ is a song by YG & Nipsey Hussle, who wrote it during the US presidential election campaign.

Radio stations in Nashville, Tennessee, Louisville, Kentucky,  Evansville, Indiana, Salem, South Carolina and San Angelo, Texas have all been hacked since Trump’s inauguration.

Source: Dayniile.com

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