Christian radio show's rude shock
Listeners of two South Florida radio stations got a surprise when their Christian and classical music was interrupted with rap songs and profane language from a pirate radio station.
The Broward County Sheriff's Office says the illegal signal came from a Lauderdale Lakes home where an aspiring rapper had attached a laptop, audio mixer and computer to a large antenna.
The station called itself Trap Radio and was using a frequency in between Christian and classical music broadcasts. Listeners called the licensed stations to complain.
Mikhaul Rhodd has been charged with unauthorised transmission or interference with public or commercial radio.