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T-Pain escorted off campus after concert
Rapper Faheem Najm, known by the stage name “T-Pain,” performed at Quinnipiac’s Spring Concert on Saturday night and wore out his welcome on campus, according to Chief of Security John Twining.
“Bottom-line is he was asked by university officials to pack up and leave,” Twining said. “He and his entourage decided to debate that, so we contacted the Hamden Police Department, and he was escorted out.”
More details will follow in next week’s edition of The Chronicle.