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Trapt Reportedly Booted from Facebook for Hate Speech

It’s been an interesting year for Trapt when it comes to social media.

Trapt, best known for the song “Headstrong,” has reportedly gotten the boot on Facebook after reports violating the social media company’s community standards for hate speech.

While it is not known what post specifically initiated the oust, those who reported the band’s page have received similar messages of the account’s deletion.

Trapt has had some controversy this year for political and race-related posts on Twitter from their frontman Chris Taylor Brown.

Do you think Trapt should have had their Facebook account deleted? Should bands’ social media pages have such controversial posts?

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