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It appears that Chozenn has been banned by LOVE FM. The gospel singer's 'Bawl Out' remake of the raunchy Dovey Magnum song on a dancehall riddim has been banned by LOVE FM. 


"The song had been playing on LOVE FM at first, but the board has since issued a directive that the song should not be played on the station again, however Chozenn's other songs are still playing," Nadine Blair, programmes supervisor of LOVE FM, confirmed.

LOVE FM is owned and operated by the National Religious Media Commission. After twenty years of existence, Love 101 now ranks fourth among more than twenty stations locally, according to the most recent edition of the All Media Survey conducted and published by Marketing Research Services Limited.


Ms. Blair said that there seems to be a split in public opinion on whether the song can actually bring souls to the Kingdom of Christ. This split was revealed during the broadcast of a LOVE FM programme called 'Campus Connection'.


"Young Christians believe that it was not a wise decision to put the song on that riddim, they loved the words and sentiments but the split came when half said that they believed the song could bring souls to the Kingdom of God, while the other half said no," she said. 

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