TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA - The attorney general of Florida has just sent a certified letter to rap singer Flo Rida.
The letter makes it abundantly clear that the state of Florida is insisting that Tramar Dillard, who goes by the rap name Flo Rida, immediately stop using that name.
The letter goes on to say that failure to comply with these instructions will result in legal action being taken against the named individual.
According to Durango Tucker, with National Focus Magazine, who read a copy of the certified letter the Plywood State feels that he is using the state's name in an unfavorable and derogatory manner due to the content of his lyrics which include "B" words, "C" words, and of course "F" words (lots of "F" words).
The letter also mentions that rap music is not as popular in the state as country music, polka music, salsa music, Yiddish music, or Spanish music.
SIDENOTE: The attorney general even graciously suggests in his certified letter to Mr. Dillard that perhaps he could pick another name such as In Diana, Ari Zona, Ken Tucky, or perhaps Ida Ho.