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04/29/2014 04:34 EDT | Updated 04/29/2014 05:59 EDT

Questlove, Chuck D, Wavves React To Donald Sterling's NBA Ban (TWITTER)

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The NBA's decision this afternoon to ban Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life for the racist comments leaked last weekend spread across all realms, including the music world. The ban also comes with a $2.5 million fine as well as fellow NBA owners working together and encouraging Sterling to sell the team.

Over the weekend, Snoop and LIl Wayne made waves with angry Instagram video messages for Sterling while a member of Village People tweeted:

Now many of their musical compatriots, ranging from Public Enemy's Chuck D and The Roots' Questlove to indie rockers Wavves, are reacting to the news of the ban via Twitter.