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Revoluxon Leaves Floyd Nation to Seek Greener Pasture

In a Press Release yesterday, Floyd Nation informed the public that Revoluxon is no longer a part of their team.  

FLOYD NATION UPDATE;

This is to announced to the general public, fans, sponsors and dj's that Revoluxon Rocky is no longer with Floyd Nation, he has left to seek new opportunities. FLOYD NATION wholeheartedly embraces his decision and wishes him all the best.

GOD BLESS🙏🏻

Stay tuned for more information as Floyd Nation is at the verge of signing a new Superstar and releasing new videos and more hits. 

#FloydNation

#Loyalty 

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