"Power 105 finds recent remarks broadcast by Troi Torain of the Star & Buc Wild Morning Show to be wholly unacceptable," said Rob Williams, Senior Vice President of Clear Channel Radio/ Market Manager New York City, via a statement. "As of late this afternoon, he is no longer with Power 105.1 or Clear Channel Radio. We sincerely apologize to those who may have been offended by his remarks."
Details of Star’s comments are still sketchy, but according to sources, Star apparently made some inappropriate remarks and said that he wants to "R. Kelly" the daughter of DJ Envy, an on-air personality at rival NY radio station Hot 97.
In January, Star celebrated his one-year anniversary at Power. The "Star and Buc Wild Show" returned to New York in January of 2005 after leaving rival Hot 97 in 2003.
The "Star and Buc Wild Show" is syndicated by Premiere Radio Networks on stations in Miami; Hartford, CT; Philadelphia; Augusta, GA; Richmond, VA; Savannah, GA; Albany, GA and Austin, TX. There is no word yet on whether the show will continue to air without its host or what Star’s firing means for the other stations the show is broadcasted on.