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Rapper Lil Poopy’s Father Being Charged After Booty Slapping Video

Tue, February 26, 2013 10:40am EDT by 21 Comments
Lil Poopy Child Abuse
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Lil Poopy is just another booty-slappin’, bad mouthin’ rapper — except for the fact that he is only nine years old, and his dad happens to be getting charged with child abuse because of his scandalous music video! Watch the shocking video.

With YouTube, everyone can be a rapper and become a hit, but that doesn’t always mean that they should! Pint-sized rapper Lil Poopy, 9, can be seen hitting a young lady’s derriere and rapping about guns and drugs — and his dad Luis Rivera happens to think it’s just fine. But Massachusetts police think otherwise, and filed a complaint with child welfare.

Lil Poopy (real name is Luie Rivera Jr.) signed with rapper French Montana, and lives with his family in Massachusetts. Lil Poopy’s dad Luis is being charged with child abuse and neglect, but Luis thinks what his son is doing is completely okay and likens the butt-slapping to that of baseball.

Lil Poopy’s Dad Defends Raunchy Music Video

“When you hit a home run, when you go to the bleachers, they tap you on the butt,” Luis Rivera said. “He’s not doing anything wrong.”

According to The Enterprise newspaper, police Lt. David Dickinson told them “It’s a bit much for a 9-year-old. It warrants the attention of the Department of Children and Families.”

A whopping $7,500 is reportedly the price Lil Poopy gets paid to rap at clubs, where he performs with a group called the Coke Boys. Of course, Lil Poopy couldn’t be a part of this group without a nickname and the chosen name is none other than Cocaine Cowboy. Sounds like a disaster of a nickname for a 9 year old!

WATCH: Lil Poopy ‘Pop That’ Music Video

Check out one of Lil Poopy’s music video below and let us know what YOU think HollyMoms? Does this seem like child abuse?

— Rachael Ellenbogen

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