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Roger Waters rejects Facebook’s offer to use Pink Floyd song, slams Mark Zuckerberg

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Roger Waters rejects Facebook’s offer to use Pink Floyd song, slams Mark Zuckerberg

Roger Waters rejects Facebook’s offer to use Pink Floyd song, slams Mark Zuckerberg

The founding Pink Floyd member recently revealed that he'd been approached by the social media giant.


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