Michael Jackson fans vandalise radio station promo car

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A Fix Radio promotional vehicle has been vandalised by Michael Jackson fans in the UK.

Fix Radio is the first UK station to ban Jackson’s music, joining several stations in New Zealand and Canada, as well as smoothfm closer to home.

Fans spray painted the words ‘MJ’s innocent’ on the front of the van as it was delivering sandwiches to a building site in South London.

Fix Radio’s ‘Bacon Butty’ vans have delivered over 20,000 free sandwiches over the years.

“I don’t know why we’ve been targeted in this way,” said Fix Radio PD Graham Mack.

“We took Michael Jackson songs off the playlist because our listeners have families and kids, after watching the Leaving Neverland documentary, I don’t think they want to hear Michael Jackson songs any more.

“Our Bacon Butty vans deliver sandwiches to people working on site, it’s totally unrelated, it’s a massive over-reaction, if you don’t like Fix Radio, don’t spray paint on our vans, just don’t listen!”

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