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Lil Poopy OR

Lil Poopy


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On Twitter, YouTube, and on tour with French Montana, the icy Brockton, Massachusetts fourth-grader known as Lil Poopy reps Coke Boys. That's the name for French Montana's crew and shorthand for signees to his Cocaine City Records label. But Montana — who's worked with everyone from Rick Ross to Diddy to Waka Flocka Flame — has been taking heat over Lil Poopy's affiliation with Coke Boys ever since news broke this week that the boy's father was under investigation from the Massachusetts Department of Children of Families. The investigation seems to center around Poopy's videos, which show him cruising in Ferraris and SUVs (without wearing a seat belt). One video that showed Poopy getting a little too handsy in a strip club was too hot for YouTube and was pulled from the site after the investigation launched, reports The Enterprise's Maria Papadopoulos. The clip for Lil Poopy's reworking of French Montana's "Pop That" is still up, featuring Poopy's assertion that the coke he's talking about is "only soda". Peep Poopy's swag yourself:

Luis Rivera Jr., better known by his nickname Lil Poopy, is a celebrity who is in the news for wrong reasons most of the time. It is hard to describe him by simply mentioning that he is a 13 years old rapper. His music videos often create different emotions in different people. In 2012, he was featured in the music video of "Pop That Remix" as part of French Montana’s crew Coke Boys. Even at the age of 9, he can be seen behaving like an adult around grown up women, glorifying guns and drugs. Since then, he has worked as a "Coke Boy" on many videos for French Montana’s Cocaine City Records. Lil Poopy came into spotlight a few times since then. In early 2016, he joined the Lifetime show ‘The Rap Game’ in its first season. Even though he failed to win the competition, it was later revealed that he allegedly signed a 4-year record deal with Sony/Epic. Later in 2016, he is supposed to reunite with his The Rap Game co-stars for a 36-state tour. He is also rumored to return in the third season of the show. (Source: www.thefamouspeople.com)



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