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Brockton Police Call Child Services On Nine-Year-Old Rapper’s Father

(AllHipHop News) Brockton, MA fourth grader, 9-year-old Luis Rivera Jr has assumed the rapper moniker Lil Poopy and placed his father in some trouble with local police.

Brockton police have filed a 51A against Lil Poopy’s father, Luis Rivera Sr., which allows the Department of Children and Families to investigate allegations of child abuse and/or neglect.

In various YouTube videos, the prepubescent rapper is videotaped having an older woman gyrate on him, partying in nightclubs where alcohol is served and referring to himself as a “coke boy.”

 

Lil Poopy’s numerous music videos involving scantily clad women was “a bit much for a 9-year-old,” according to Brockton police Lt. David Dickinson.

Lil Poopy is affiliated with Cocaine City founder/CEO, French Montana and released a mixtape entitled Coke Ain’t A Bad Word in October of 2012.

Luis Rivera Sr claims his son is doing nothing wrong and likens his on-video butt slapping to celebration maneuvers in sports.

“When you hit a home run, when you go to the bleachers, they tap you on the butt,” Rivera said. The father of the French Montana prodigy claims his son makes $7,500 a performance and that he has contacted his legal representation in regards to the matter.

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Lil Poopy’s questionable music endeavor has not only caught the ire of police but also parts of the Brockton community. Brockton community activist, Ollie Jay Spears claimed he had to turn off one of  the video after a while because it was disgusting.

“With the girl bent over and the other girl grinding into him, a 9-year-old with stacks of money and rapping about glorifying the drug trade, and demeaning women? A kid at the third- or fourth-grade level, talking about coke? It’s not entertaining. That’s borderline child abuse.”

Check below to view one of Lil Poopy’s videos , his remix to his mentor French Montana’s “Pop That” single:

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