(AllHipHop News) Officials in Henry County, Georgia are upset with rapper Yo Gotti, over his new video “Law" featuring E-40.
County officials are not happy with the contents of the hit song, and said Yo Gotti was never given official permission to shoot the video inside of the courthouse.
The video shoot was facilitated by local Councilwoman Sandra Vincent, but she claimed she never saw the script for the video, which is taken from Yo Gotti's new album The Art of Hustle.
“Clearly, it does not represent the standards of what’s Henry County,” County Manager Lyndon Bonner said.
Now, officials and Henry, county are setting up a formal process for those who wish to film content inside of the courthouse.
It's not the first time a rapper has pissed off authorities in Georgia in official government institutions without permission.
Into 2004, rapper T.I. embarrassed officials in Fulton, County when he shot a video inside of the jail when he was serving time for a probation violation.
And, just last year and a group of inmates raised eyebrows when they shot a video titled ”Thuggin’ Live from DeKalb Jail.”