July 3, 2001 11:48
TRICKY POSTER BLOW
Local authorities believe the cover of 'Blowback', where the star has smoke blown into his mouth by a woman, may advocate drug use...
According to a report in this morning's Daily Star newspaper (July 3), the billboard posters, which show the rap star getting smoke blown into his mouth by a woman, have been banned because local authorities believe they may advocate drug use.
A spokesperson for Tricky was unavailable to confirm the reports to NME.COM this morning.
'Blowback' was released in the UK yesterday (July 2).