DJ Artform: “There was no mal-intent or discriminatory actions toward anybody that night”

DJ Artform mistakenly played the wrong recorded National Anthem on Saturday at PETCO he was since fired. He joined Scott and BR to talk about exactly what happened, the fallout and why he had no mal intent directed at the SDMGC.

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4 thoughts on “DJ Artform: “There was no mal-intent or discriminatory actions toward anybody that night”

  1. Mike

    No malintent, just general incompetency and baffling lack of professionalism, is that right?

  2. Coloradoan

    There is no excuse for the recording not being stopped immediately when he realized it was wrong. I don’t buy his claim of innocence.

  3. rickochey

    if gay people were tolerant and dont hate then they would be protesting for this guy to be re-hired.

  4. Mike

    one question: did you listen to the interview audio above? honestly I suspected the same thing as you initially, but once you hear the guy speak, it becomes painfully obvious he did legitimatly goof up (yes, on a MASSIVE level) but do you really think he would’ve called in, on his own prompting, and talked for 12 minutes, pretty much throwing himself under the bus, and taking the blame for this, if he DID have some kind of malicious intent? obviously not

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