Rapper/actor ICE-T has spoken of his amusement after a radio station in Hungary was slapped with a written warning for playing his songs at an unsuitable hour.
Officials at the country's National Media and Communications Authority (NMCA) launched a probe into allegations Tilos Radio played Ice-T's track Warning back in September (10) before the enforced 9pm watershed.
A representative for the NMCA wrote to bosses at the station, warning the song's lyrics "could influence the development of minors in a negative way".
Ice-T has now waded into the debate himself, insisting he finds the controversy funny. He writes in a post on his Twitter.com page, "I love it! The world still fears me. Hahaha!"
The actor says he isn't "holding out for more money or doing anything like that".
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