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Subject Pennsylvania high-school in lockdown and student arrested for voicemail message with Fresh Prince of Bel-Air rap.
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AMBRIDGE, Pa. Now this is a story all about how a high school student's life got turned upside down. But it was all just a bad rap.

The teen's voicemail greeting triggered a lockdown at his Pennsylvania school after a receptionist misheard his rendition of "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" theme song.

While trying to confirm an appointment with 19-year-old Travis Clawson the receptionist thought the message said "shooting people outside of the school." The line is actually "shooting some b-ball," a reference to basketball.
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The receptionist is a moron of the highest caliber because there's a HUGE difference between "shooting people outside of the school" and "shooting some b-ball", even if you are an Amish and never heard rap in your life, the metric and phonetic is quite different.
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