Songs Pulled Off Radio After Conn. School Shooting

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In the aftermath of the Connecticut school shootings, some radio stations are pulling certain songs off the air.

They include, Foster the People’s “Pumped Up Kicks”, about a school shooter. It was inspired by the 1999 Columbine school shooting.

Also dropped off the air at some radio stations, is Ke$ha’s song, “Die Young”.

The singer reportedly said she was forced to sing those lyrics.

But, TMZ reported she bragged about writing the song, during a radio interview.

It’s not known when the radio stations will start playing the songs again.