Canberra rappers knock Queanbeyan on national radio "Queanbeyan! What a wannabe! Copied our forecast, got it free.
But it's not a shock, cos you're basically. just part of the ACT," the most offending line reads. The rap now named Is it a Quanger?! goes on to give the city heaps over its residents' tendency to don socks and sandals, its opening hours, and oversupply of takeaway joints. Luckily, however, the rap attack, which also rhymed Red Rooster with the name of oakley aviators men Queanbeyan poet Omar Musa, was taken with good humor by the town, oakley eyeware whose residents have been sharing it widely on social media. "All the response have been really positive. [Musa] is a friend of ours so he is not the type of person who would take it badly," Mallet said. Even Riverside Plaza, who cop a cheeky blast in the song, took it well. "We like oakley sunglasses cost it. oakley sun glases Though haven't had many sightings of socks sandals this week, maybe they all walked across the border," they said via their Facebook account. Mallet said despite the rap, she would not fear for her safety when travelling to Queanbeyan in the future. "Not at this point, unless there is a secret plan to boycott Coda Conduct!" She joked. Mallet moved to Sydney six months ago and is studying communications at UTS, whileColeman has just graduated. Coleman was working in a pub where she bumped into one of the Triple J presenters who asked them to come on the show. Mallet said despite the move, they have a lot of home town pride. "I grew up in Hughes and Sally was in Garran.
"I do miss Canberra. Canberra will always have my heart and where I'll always go back to and I'm sure Sally feels the same," she said. Coda Conduct have also made a recent guest appearance on Triple J Unearthed as part of their International Womens Day programand are getting more and more airplay on the station.
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