Milwaukee DJs taking 'break from Drake' ahead of Raptors-Bucks showdown

No God's Plan. No Hotline Bling. And definitely no Nice For What.

A Milwaukee radio station is temporarily banning Drake's music from its airwaves as the Toronto Raptors square off with the city's hometown Bucks in the NBA's Eastern Conference Final.

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