The University of Connecticut’s student government has stripped senior class senator Colin Neary of his position following an early November event he organized in which rapper Jasiri X performed a song banned by a contract created by the student group’s comptroller, the Huffington Post reports. When Jasiri X was sent the agreement from student government comptroller Daniel Hanley prohibiting him from performing his Occupy Wall Street-inspired song, “Occupy (We the 99),” at the Nov. 4 event, the Pittsburgh native signed it, but then went on stage and refused to adhere to the student group’s demand. He performed the song after delivering a rant attacking the contract and the “gangster” who drafted it…

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