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Flo Rida, Robin Thicke performing tonight as part of July 4th event, sources say


July 2, 2015 By Christian Murray

Rapper Flo Rida and pop star Robin Thicke will take a private stage on the Long Island City waterfront Thursday evening, according to sources.

The two are performing this evening as part of the Macy’s July 4 celebration, sources close to the situation told the LIC Post.

Flo Rida is a Florida-native rapper best known for songs “Right Round,” “Whistle” and his debut hit “Low.” Robin Thicke, son of the actor Alan Thicke, is a singer-songwriter best known for the controversial song “Blurred Lines.”

NBCUniversal employees were seen setting up the stage at Hunters Point South Park, next to LIC Landing, Thursday morning.

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The park is closed all day then we have strange hoards of people walking all around, millions of cops, helicopters, barricades, and tomorrow our park will be in shambles. Why exactly is this good?


It’s good because the rich say it’s good. Now shutup and take it. Additionally, your rent will be going because of this post.


This is an insult to
America, Freedom, and the entire free world. Go to hell, you bastards.


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