Skip to comments.9-year old rapper's adult-themed videos prompt state probe
Posted on 02/26/2013 4:27:46 PM PST by Bon of Babble
(CNN) -- A 9-year-old rapper's adult-themed music videos are finding some new viewers -- Massachusetts child welfare authorities.
The child, Luie Rivera Jr., whose stage name is "Lil Poopy," is seen in videos posted online, including on YouTube, smacking a woman's backside, flashing wads of cash, riding in a Ferrari and rapping about how "coke is not a bad word."
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What kind of insane parenting is this?
Do they think this is Japan?
In 15 years this kid will be graduating from Harvard Medical School.
"You talk like a fag, and your s--t's all retarded."
As a pediatric proctologist.
He’ll may be at Hahvad, but only as a cadaver for med students.
The closest he’ll get to Harvard is his obit which will will say that he was turning his life around and hoped to study at Harvard.
Massachusetts? Really? The same state where public school officials want their male and female students to share bathrooms and showers with so-called trangendered students so those students don’t feel bad about themselves?
And they’re upset about what???? At least the kid exhibits heterosexual tendencies. Is that a bad thing in Massachusetts? LOL
Lil Poopy? The state is thinking about bringing child abuse charges because he sang lyrics like “Coke isn’t a bad word”? I don’t know whether to laugh or just shake my head at the banality of it all. But I’m certainly not going to get upset about it. Its all a publicity stunt and the idiots at the state fell for it and are giving this kid a lot of publicity. Lil Poopy needs to get back to studying because if he keeps rapping, his only career is going to be pumping gas or collecting welfare checks.
I’m sure he will be invited to rap at the White House Easter Egg Hunt.
Im sure he will be invited to “C”rap at the White House Easter Egg Hunt.
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