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Village People Lead Singer Bans Donald Sterling, Clippers From Using "YMCA" at Games

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In the latest public outcry against Donald Sterling, Victor Willis, lead singer of The Village People, has requested that the Clippers not play the song Y.M.C.A. at their home games.

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Willis first announced the decision yesterday on Twitter. He’s since confirmed with TMZ he is very serious about the ban and will be sending an official notice to Sterling’s office.

While any action – no matter how big or small – against Sterling is great, not being able to do the YMCA dance just made long timeouts during Clippers games a lot more boring.

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