Atlantas Gorilla Zoe has landed in hot water with parents of a Dallas middle school, due to a controversial poster featuring the rapper.
Gorilla Zoe appeared at Pearl C. Anderson Junior High School on Friday (March 6), where he delivered a positive message to the schools 10 and 11-year-old students.
After his motivational speech to students, posters were handed out featuring Gorilla Zoe surrounded by a stack of money, while smoking a cigar, sipping a drink and brandishing a gun.
A number of parents expressed outrage at the posters their children were sent home with and questioned the message Gorilla Zoe was trying to send.
Gorilla Zoe is currently preparing to release his sophomore album Dont Feed The Animals, which has already produced the hit single Lost and is due in stores March 17th.
The rapper recently shot a video for What It Is, featuring Rick Ross.