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This is the most Brockton story we’ve ever heard:
The father of Brockton child rapper and reality show star Lil Poopy was among dozens of people arrested during a federal gang and drug raid that took place on Thursday, according to authorities.
Luis Rivera, who according to investigators is known as “Fat Louie,” was included on a list of 50 people who were arrested and charged in federal courts in Boston on Thursday morning. Rivera, 33, is accused of being a part of a network of numerous leaders, members, and associates of the 18th Street Gang, the East Side Money Gang and the Boylston Gang.
Rivera was charged with conspiracy to distribute cocaine and cocaine base. A grand jury indicted Rivera after evidence was presented that he was in possession of 280 grams or more “of a mixture and substance containing a detectable amount of cocaine base,” according to the indictment.The charge against Rivera carries a mandatory 10-year to life prison sentence.
Wait…..there’s a rapper in Brockton named “Lil Poopy” and we’ve never heard of him? How is this possible? He was on Lifetime for crying out loud. I’m not kidding when I say that you simply MUST watch this video from 2013, when Lil Poopy was only 9 years old, and he’s rapping about being a “cocaine cowboy,” while dancing with what are commonly referred to as “ho’s” while wearing “ice.”
This isn’t real. Tell me this isn’t real. Then there’s this video, entitled, “I’m a coke boy,” in which he starts off by saying “too much money ain’t enough money.” Because lots of 9 year old boys can relate to that:
Insane. Absolutely insane. And of course his father is a drug dealing gangster named “Fat Louie.” Good thing we have a system in place that allows people like this to maintain custody of their children, even after being investigated in 2013 by DCF after the above video was released. I mean, this innocent kid is being exploited by professional criminals. This is fun for them to watch this. Just check out these pictures. He’s posing topless with “ho’s”
Sitting in cars he can’t drive
Wearing jewelry that weighs more than him
Rapping in front of hundred thousand dollar cars that are being washed by what are commonly referred to as “big booty ho’s” in the streets
Smacking other “big booty ho’s” in the big booty
And having his friends over for topless gangsta time
It’s funny, but it’s also pretty sad. This poor kid was brought into this world innocent, and the adults in his life have done everything to make sure he grows up without any sort of morals or guidance. They’ve taken a 9 year old and turned him into an adult. Just look at his Facebook posts:
Kids are supposed to be happy. They’re supposed to enjoy their childhoods because they have the rest of their life to be adults. And it’s being stolen from him because adults wanna use him for their own financial gain. Little kids aren’t supposed to come across as this angry. They’re not supposed to give the middle finger in every picture they put on Facebook. They’re not supposed to have hundred dollar bills bulging out of their pockets. They’re not supposed be posting memes about grabbing a big slice of ghetto booty. And they’re certainly not supposed to be posting, “fuck the cops”:
Gotta get that “c” fixed on the keyboard.
Anyone who is from Brockton or an urban environment like this understands that this is not a good thing. The kid is being used. But of course Lifetime sees something like this and says, “how wonderful!!!” We can show the world how diverse we are by having this kid on our show and promoting him. And they did:
“What I rap about is where I’m from,” the 12-year-old Brockton boy said. “My neighborhood is horrible. Someone died two days ago. Music is a way for me to get me out of that environment. I’m just working hard to get my family out of that bad city.”
No you’re not kid. Your music isn’t gonna get you out of Brockton, unless it takes you to jail. Ya know, like your Dad. This is what an adult that loves him and wants what’s best for him would tell him. But instead the adults in his life are gonna write “free my boi” and insert the 100 emoji half a dozen times. Kids are dying in your neighborhood because of people like your old man. Selling drugs, running with gangs, and possessing illegal firearms are not good things.
Anyone know what’s up with Mom? She cool with all this? We definitely wanna learn all there is to know about the world of Lil Poopy.
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