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Buffalo’s ‘Singing Cops’ are going to Hollywood & their own sitcom!!!!!

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They are on a mission to make this world a safer and more peaceful place – and they’re doing it one song at a time!

This incredible lesson in how to unite our city comes a capella-style. One is a former college basketball player. The other a gospel singer. When they came together as cops — something clicked.

After Michael Norwood and Moe Badger were recorded singing inside a restaurant in Buffalo, their musical partnership became a sensation, it went viral and all of a sudden – they were on the Ellen Show!! But, they didn’t stop there. The dynamic duo continue to sing their music to connect with the community.

And they started a program called “COPSS” — which stands for Children Overcoming Police Stereotypes through Sports.

They run basketball games for kids all over Buffalo and work to help people understand police officers.

Now, the sensational men are headed to Hollywood. They shared this post on their Facebook Page!


“The Singing Cops are going back to Hollywood
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It’s with great pleasure to announce that we signed a contract with one of the biggest entertainment movie/tv show production companies in showbiz for our own tv show citcom. This is testimony to believing in yourself and being organic, having faith in GOD and doing positive things in the community when you have the ability to do so . There are no singing cops without Western NY, you all have showed us so much love and support before and after everything that has happen with us and we are gracious for it all. Thank you so much we love you all and promise to continue to put buffalo on the map.?”


We are so happy and proud of both of you!!! Thank you Officers for showing the community that we can all come together and love each other!!!  We can’t wait to see what happens next!!!!!



Photos courtesy – Facebook COPPS.

Mary Friona

Mary Friona

Following my heart with my husband and four daughters. An Emmy Award winning journalist lucky enough to work in television & radio for 20 years - seeing wonderful places, meeting great people and telling their stories.