So every time I click on my *own* page on Book Blogs, the page launches an incredibly annoying rap song.  I didn't ask for this, it doesn't fit with my writing genre, and furthermore, I'm a heavy metal girl.  Can I get rid of this?  PLEASE?  Help?

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The song is embedded in the comments on your profile page. I believe there is a way to delete a comment if you press on X that is on upper right side of the comment box.

How can I know what comment is causing it?  I hate to delete ALL of my comments just to get rid of it...but damn, it's irritating! LOL

Nevermind, I found it. Once I actually looked at the comments it was easy to identify the offending comment :) Thanks Iron Fist.

This question has been brought to my attention again. If someone will let me know who is embedding the offensive music in their comments, I would be happy to remove them from the site. Thanks!

This post made me laugh!

Sounds like you're in Rap hell.

I had the same thing on my blog once and it drove me mad! I refreshed the browser and it just dissappeared.

Wouldn't have minded if it was pink Floyd or the stones.

thanks for giving me a smile!


I'm deeply disappointed... I wanted to hear the rap song  [though I appreciate metal too].  On the other hand, it got me to UR page, so perhaps the glass is half-full?  :)

HAHA I had forgotten all about this (and blocked out the rap song from memory, evidently).  For anyone still having trouble, I seem to remember a big giant ad that just plain "looked" rap-ish.  It was an easy fix to delete once I went through my comments and located it.  And yes, I'm glad it brought you to my page.  Thanks all...

LOL but its unusual and would be annoying if you don't like the music though.
Would like to experience myself haha


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