Nine-year-old Rapper’s Video Removed from YouTube

By Lora Neng
WWW.STREETGANGS.COM STAFF WRITER
March 1, 2013

What age is too young for Hip Hop? At nine-years-old, Luis Rivera “Lil Poopy” Jr.’s rap videos were deemed unfit for hosting on YouTube.

Luis Rivera was seen in sexually suggestive situations in his video “Lil Poopy getting it in,” where a woman was bent over next to the boy, surrounded by adults in a nightclub encouraging him to slap her butt. While YouTube initially required that viewers only sign in to confirm their age before seeing the video that “may be inappropriate for some users,” under pressure from an email from The Enterprise and an investigation launched by the Massachusetts Department of Children of Families, the video was finally removed on Tuesday.

As for exercising vigilance over the activities of a Brockton fourth-grader, the attorney of the boy’s father, Joseph Krowski Jr., stated, “It is entertainment. It is urban authentic and it’s well done.” Lil Poopy’s ouvre includes a song named “Coke Ain’t a Bad Word.”

Photo credit: Emily J. Reynolds

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3 Comments for “Nine-year-old Rapper’s Video Removed from YouTube”

  1. emop

    bout c deexz nigguhaz n vegas snow boy

  2. emop

    tele parties, mariah carey, da brat, aguileria, da chick,el dorko,lmfao,king culo,Popin itALY……

  3. sadamerica

    Oh you mean “About to see these African Americans in Vegas…” Glad I can read loser.

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