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#7
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preferred Kriss Kross.


also dope
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#9
Who's pressing the charges?


EDIT: I mean, social services is usually a state run operation. I wonder where 'enough was enough.'

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#10
The clips they showed weren't really bad and the people were like "Woooow." Like rapping is bad?

I get that there's some questionable stuff in there, but nothing that they showed.

Like there's one questionable thing in there (him smackin' dat ass), but that's really it.

Referring to the Pop That remix. I haven't seen anything else.
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#12
I didn't click the link. I'm assuming the abuse charges stems from being stupid enough to let their kid go by the name "Lil' Poopy"...whats next "Yung Urinary Tract Infection".
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#13
He probably thinks he's rapping about coke the soda.
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#14
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The clips they showed weren't really bad and the people were like "Woooow." Like rapping is bad?

I get that there's some questionable stuff in there, but nothing that they showed.

Like there's one questionable thing in there (him smackin' dat ass), but that's really it.


the only thing i could think of was the nasty environment he was in in the video. also, 'i'm a coke boy' is kinda bad for a little kid to be saying.
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#15
Quote by ErikLensherr
He probably thinks he's rapping about coke the soda.



I assumed that the first time I saw this. I don't know of anyone who thinks the kid is seriously talking about cocaine.

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#16
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the only thing i could think of was the nasty environment he was in in the video. also, 'i'm a coke boy' is kinda bad for a little kid to be saying.
Yeah I hadn't seen that video. But the people in the HLN video were like "HALF NAKED WOMEN" and the women in the video OP posted are more dressed than they are at the beach, let's be real.
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i kinda wish we all had a penis and vagina instead of buttholes

i mean no offense to buttholes and poop or anything

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#17
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the only thing i could think of was the nasty environment he was in in the video. also, 'i'm a coke boy' is kinda bad for a little kid to be saying.

I'm a pepsi guy.
#19
ima coke boy

ima ima coke boy

ima bad boy

ima ima bad boy


that kid has so much yoloswag its ridiculous

people work hard for swag like that
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#20
rick ross has paid racks on racks for songs half that catchy.
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#21
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I assumed that the first time I saw this. I don't know of anyone who thinks the kid is seriously talking about cocaine.


A line in the song is 'im a cocaine cowboy'. I dont really know what that means
#22
I don't know anyone who knows any of the words to this song beside the chorus, either.

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#24
Quote by Sir-Shredalot
A line in the song is 'im a cocaine cowboy'. I dont really know what that means

He probably thinks he's rapping about Cocaine the energy drink, in keeping with the beverage motif of his oeuvre.
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I swear this guy in particular writes for the telegraph or some shit.

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#25
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He probably thinks he's rapping about Cocaine the energy drink, in keeping with the beverage motif of his oeuvre.
Cocaine the energy drink?

Is it 2006 again?
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i kinda wish we all had a penis and vagina instead of buttholes

i mean no offense to buttholes and poop or anything

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#26
Quote by ErikLensherr
He probably thinks he's rapping about Cocaine the energy drink, in keeping with the beverage motif of his oeuvre.


my friend's dad works for that company
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#27
Quote by ErikLensherr
He probably thinks he's rapping about Cocaine the energy drink, in keeping with the beverage motif of his oeuvre.


hmmm wonder if you rub that on your gums too
#28
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I don't know anyone who knows any of the words to this song beside the chorus, either.

Let the dogs out, roof, mines missin'.

Like the one guy said at the beginning of the news bit; Is it a situation I would put my own children in? no, is it a situation of child abuse or neglect? absolutely not.

If the kid is a hip-hop/rap/R&B fan at all, he's going to see what older people do in their music videos and replicate it, whether he understands it or not. When I played hockey I wanted to replicate what my heroes were doing in order to be successful. At 6, that meant working on my shot and skating....for a mainstream rapper, that's how to sell a music video and look the part.
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#29
The problem is, a 9 year old probably shouldn't be imitating most of the content of successful rap videos.
#30
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The problem is, a 9 year old probably shouldn't be imitating most of the content of successful rap videos.

Were Dakota Fanning's investigated by child services for allowing her to act in Hounddog? What about Jena Malone's parents for Bastards Out of Carolina?...I guess if Lil Poopy was in Hollywood or part of 'high culture' then it changes everything.
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#31
I didn't get to see much of the video because of a slow connection. From what I did see it didn't look like child abuse, but his parents do need to be slapped.
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#32
So, are parents not allowed to bring their kids to beaches anymore. People don't really have much clothes on there either
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#33
Does he call his dad Big Poopy?
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#34
Coke ain't a bad word.

Coca-Cola.

Coke ain't a bad word.

It's only soda.
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#35
How is this morally worse than the kid in Kick Ass?
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#36
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Coke ain't a bad word.

Coca-Cola.

Coke ain't a bad word.

It's only soda.

A thrilling social commentary on conservative American culture right there, I mean, come on HLN, it's only soda! Lighten up

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#37
This would be why people make fun of suburbanites.

"OMG they allowed him to be in a RAP VIDEO?!"

There's about 800 things worse than that, that he could be doing instead.
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#38
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How is this morally worse than the kid in Kick Ass?


The kid in Kick-Ass was
1) Talented
2) Not ******ed.

EDIT: Since when is the 'r word' censored?
#39
People are worried about a kid pretending to live the rap lifestyle when they should be worried about the kids actually slinging dope in the trap.
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#40
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The kid in Kick-Ass was
1) Talented
2) Not ******ed.

EDIT: Since when is the 'r word' censored?



R word?

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