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Prince Jackson Stopped By Cops For Illegal Strobe Lights On His Car

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Prince Jackson has been coming out of his shell, and never has that been more apparent then now.

TMZ reports that yesterday, the 16-year-old budding entertainment host had a run in with cops over illegal strobe lights on the grill of his car. The cops let him off with a warning after he removed the offending lights, but it's too soon to say whether he's learned a much-needed lesson in taste.

As in: It is tacky to have strobe lights on your vehicle. Removing them was for everyone's good.

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