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BELL BIV DEVOE NOT INVOLVED IN MONDAY NIGHT INCIDENT

 NEW YORK, Jan. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- There have been numerous news reports recently linking MCA recording group Bell Biv DeVoe to an incident Monday night that occurred in Harlem involving rap artists and the New York City Police.
 Contrary to these reports, the group (Michael Bivins, Ricky Bell & Ronnie DeVoe) were not involved in this incident in any way. They were in fact in Los Angeles Monday night finishing their upcoming album "Hootie Mack."
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 /CONTACT: Caroline Prutzman, 212-841-8050, or Kelly Haley, 212-841-8115, both of MCA Records/


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