July 15, 2011

Star of 100.3 The Beat Talks to NBC Philly About 'Start Snitching' Campaign

"We all have a moral compass, at least those of us who are sane. But there are people who are not sane, that’s just the reality of our existence. I wanted to take a stand for what I feel is right by way of witnessing the harsh realities of the world."

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Since making his mark in New York City hip hop radio back in the early 2000s, Troi Torain, aka Star of the “Star and Buc Wild” morning show, has established himself as an individual in the truest sense, unafraid to speak his mind and share his views regardless of what other people think.

After making the move to Philadelphia’s WPHI-FM (100.3) back in November, Torain has brought an aggressive new message that some believe directly contrasts the culture he resides in. To put it simply, he wants the people in Philadelphia to start snitching. NBC Philly spoke to Star about the motivation behind his movement, his views on hip-hop and what he believes are the best solutions to the violence that has gripped the City of Brotherly Love.

Where did the idea for the “Start Snitching” movement come from?

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