Outkast Drops Bombs On Tennis Court

Jennifer Capriati gave Outkast some shine before

her match at the Nasdaq-100 Open. The tennis star played 1999’s "Bomb’s

Over Baghdad," before her match.

Capriati said that she played the song to show

solidarity with troops fighting in Iraq. The song was reluctantly previewed

by stadium court producer Bob Ruf.

After Ruf previewed the song with another tour

official, he found a one minute segment to play that he deemed non-offensive.

Officials said they received no complaints about

the song. This isn’t the first time a tennis player has flirted with politically

charged music.

Andy Roddick played Bruce Springsteen’s "Born

In The USA" before one his matches in the tournament.

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