UK fire safety rap song criticized for price tag

The song cost almost $8,000 of taxpayer money to produce


By Martin Bagot
The Coventry Evening Telegraph

WEST MIDLANDS, England — A city councillor has claimed a rap song highlighting the importance of fire safety was too expensive.

West Midlands Fire Service has spent pounds 5,000 — almost $8,000 — of taxpayers money on The Fire Song which it hopes will become an internet hit.

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