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Recently, Norway has banned several violent video games from the shelves of retail stores.

After Anders Behring Breivik, the right wing nationalist who killed 77 people in two separate attacks that occurred on July 22nd, wrote on his online manifesto that he used such video games to prepare for the attacks, it was the last straw for the Norway government.

Most stores have removed several video games from their shelves.

PHOTOS: WE’VE GOT NOTHING BUT OSLOVE FOR NORWAY

One store reported that they removed 51 games and may be removing more.

In every aspect of culture there is the bad and the good and as Norway rethinks what they will and will not put on store shelves, we thought about ten songs that would also probably be banned in their country. 

To start it off, Rihanna’s “Russian Roulette” speaks of suicide and guns and would most likely not be played in Norway.

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Biggie Smalls‘ “Suicidal Thoughts” speaks of stealing, toting guns and abortion.

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50 Cent‘s entire album “Get Rich or Die Tryin'” would probably be too blunt for the people of Norway.

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Eminem‘s song “Kim” is widely known as one of the most aggressive hip-hop songs ever.

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Although there is a lesson to be learned in Jay-Z‘s “Meet The Parents,” it speaks about drugs, fighting and death.

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Nas‘ “Ether” track starts off with gunshots and proceeds to talk about getting “clapped up.”

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Lil Wayne‘s “I Feel Like Dying” probably isn’t suitable for Norway right now. 

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Crime Mobb’s infamous song “Knuck If You Buck” is definitely one that gets some violent thoughts going!

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Biggie tops our list again with his infamous song “Who Shot Ya.”

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2Pac’s “Hit Em Up” diss song makes the cut as a song Norway would definitely not condone.