swizz-11.jpgPolice in Camden, NJ are objecting a scheduled appearance by producer Swizz Beatz at the city’s “Peace on the Streets” rally planned for tomorrow (July 26). According to the Associated Press, authorities are up in arms over the anti-snitching message they believe Swizzy is promoting through his music. The renowned producer’s single, “It’s Me Snitches,” has been burning up the airwaves in the tri-state area, but some critics have questioned its perceived message. The Camden Police want Swizz to renounce his anti-snitching comments because they feel he is promoting a policy that encourages citizens to avoid cooperation with authorities. Camden city officials say they have been assured that Swizz will not be rapping about violence or promoting any negative messages, and that the two songs he’s scheduled to perform will carry positive messages.