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Last weekend, Nigel officially became the last person in the continental U.S. to see the mega-blockbuster, “Top Gun: Maverick.”

It was an emotional experience for Nige, who bravely shared his review of the film with a tear-jerking tremble in his voice.

“I got choked up and teared up in the scenes where Maverick is remembering his friend, Goose,” Nigel shared. “At one point, Goose’s son is playing the piano and Maverick has flashbacks to the accident in the first film,” he continued before pausing to openly weep.

Hammer rose from his chair in the studio, embraced Nigel, and quietly said, “Don’t cry, it’s going to be okay.”

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It was later learned that no one was actually crying about the emotional scenes in “Maverick.” The staff of WIBC had just learned that Emmis sold its cluster of radio stations in Indianapolis to Urban One.

Editor’s Note: The above description of what occurred yesterday on WIBC’s airwaves during the Hammer and Nigel Show is completely inaccurate and false. None of it actually happened – except the part about WIBC getting sold to Urban One.