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CNBC Sorry It Didn't Have Parental Controls Running On Its Pandora Hip Hop Station Yesterday

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On CNBC Monday afternoon, as anchor Kelly Evans went to commercial, the song they used as an outro contained uncensored usage of the n-word. The song in question was B2K’s Fizzo Got Flow, and needless to say, it’s a pretty colorful song. It was a few segments later, towards the end of the hour, when Evans apologized for airing the song “and for any offense that it may have caused.” [Mediaite]

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