Chief Censor, Steven Mala, this afternoon released a notice to all broadcasting agencies like radio and television, banning any production work by the local band Wild Pack.
The ban comes into effect, after their video went viral on social media platform, Facebook showing infighting among members.
In the statement, the Office of the Censorship maintains integrity and promotes human decency and self-respect.
Mala condemned that such unruly behaviour will not be tolerated by the public office.
This video has gone viral on social media with Club Illusion in Port Moresby banning any music by Wild Pack and performance at their club.
Meanwhile, Carol Yawing, Ward 2 Councillor in Lae, said there must be maturity in music production.
“Whatever wrong that Raga [Siai] may have done could have been solved in a mature manner. We, the family of Raga, are appalled by what has happened and we urge those who were witness to this to come out for justice to be served,” said Councillor Yawing.
The video surfaced two weeks ago on social media with the public calling it disgusting for musicians to be behaving in that manner.
The Chief Censor said broadcasters have the responsibility to promote good behaviour as most of their audience are young.