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DJ Tim Westwood Quizzed By Capital Xtra Bosses Over Links To Violent Drill Music

Bosses went back through the DJ’s Saturday night shows to ensure he had not played the gang-related music

DJ TIM Westwood was quizzed by his radio bosses over his links to drill music.

Chiefs at Global Radio — owner of Capital Xtra — contacted him as he holidayed in Cape Verde, off the coast of Africa

DJ Tim Westwood was quizzed by his radio bosses over his links to drill music
 DJ Tim Westwood, 60, posed with a toy-gun champagne bottle holder this week just hours after death in Camberwell, London
DJ Tim Westwood, 60, posed with a toy-gun champagne bottle holder this week just hours after death in Camberwell, London

They also went back through his Saturday night shows to ensure he had not played the gang-related music on the station.

The company stood by the DJ, insisting he had not broken any broadcasting guidelines.

A spokesman said: “Drill music has never formed part of the playlist for any of the Global brands.”

A Capital Xtra source said: “There have been lots of checks but Westwood hasn’t played any of this music on Capital Xtra.

 Incognito, circled left, pictured with Tim Westwood and band mates Moscow17 - which included his friend Rhyhiem Ainsworth Barton, circled right, who was shot dead in May

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Incognito, circled left, pictured with Tim Westwood and band mates Moscow17 – which included his friend Rhyhiem Ainsworth Barton, circled right, who was shot dead in May

 

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