Massachusetts Department of Children and Families Opens New Case on Lil' Poopy

(AllHipHop News) Being one of the youngest rappers in the game is proving to be an issue for the Brockton, Massachusetts fourth-grade rapper known as Lil' Poopy.

According to reports, the Department of Children and Families (DCF) has opened a new case on the miniature sized rapper, born Luis Rivera Jr, now 10 years old.

Despite closing a two month long investigation in April, the DCF has opened a new case after Poopy's videographer and producer, Brian Slay, was pulled over by Brockton police and the car smelled like marijuana

According to police, the young rapper and his videographer were approached by Brockton Police after they pulled into a McDonald’s after midnight earlier this week.

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Although the police did not find any marijuana, the routine traffic stop has now turned into an investigation into the young rapper's family after Lil Poopy was in the car with Slay.

When they saw ‘Lil Poopy’ in the car, it escalated from a routine stop to harassment,” said Joseph Krowski, Lil Poopy's attorney. “Why this warrants an investigation is just as perplexing as the last time.”

Lil' Poopy's rise to fame began after a series of controversial videos caused Brockton police to investigate Poopy's family for abuse and neglect in February of this year.

Proclaiming to be a "Coke Boy," the French Montana prepubescent protegé raised eyebrows earlier this year when he was seen slapping women's backsides in a night club setting, rapping, "coke ain't a bad word."

More news as details emerge.

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