One video shows the 9-year-old rapper repeatedly slapping the buttocks of a  woman who is bent over. In another video, Luie Rivera Jr., a Brockton  fourth-grader also known as Lil Poopy, is shown in various other, sexually  charged situations having similar physical contact with other women. Adults in a  crowd cheer the 9-year-old on as he is in a simulated sex situation with a  female on a dance floor. People throw dollar bills at the child. A man can be  seen telling the fourth-grader to slap the female, who is bent over, on the  buttocks. She then gyrates against Rivera, and lifts the boy’s shirt.

These images of Rivera, posted to YouTube in recent months and filmed  alongside adults partying at nightclubs, including one in Waterbury, Conn., were  too much for Brockton police, who are now lodging a complaint alleging child  abuse or neglect against his father, Luis Rivera. “It’s a bit much for a  9-year-old. It warrants the attention of the Department of Children and  Families,” police Lt. David Dickinson said Sunday afternoon. Police viewed the  videos on Sunday, the same day that a Page 1 story about the 9-year-old rapper  ran in The Sunday Enterprise. Police filed a report called a “51A” with the  state after viewing the videos. The report is the legal mechanism under which  the state Department of Children and Families can investigate alleged abuse or  neglect of a child under the age of 18. An agency spokeswoman could not be  reached for comment Sunday night. Lil Poopy has hit the stage with P. Diddy,  hung out in nightclubs and been featured in music videos in which he sings about  Louis Vuitton swag, driving a Lamborghini and making someone else’s girlfriend  his groupie.

The boy is called a “C0caine Cowboy,” and he performs with a group called  Coke Boys. He earns about $7,500 a performance, his father said recently.  Reached on Sunday, the boy’s father, Luis Rivera, said that his son “is not  doing anything wrong” in the videos posted to YouTube. “I’ll call my lawyer  first thing in the morning,” Rivera, 30, said when informed of the police  complaint against him on Sunday afternoon. “He’s not doing anything wrong. He’s  acting.” Rivera said his son and the people filmed in the video were wearing  clothes. He also likened the buttocks slapping to how adults praise children who  are participating in a baseball game, he said, for example.

“When you hit a home run, when you go to the bleachers, they tap you on the  butt,” Rivera said. “He’s not doing anything wrong.” But police – and some local  parents – disagreed. “It’s disgusting,” said Brockton community activist Ollie  Jay Spears, a married father of three who watched YouTube videos of the young  Rivera on Sunday.

Spears, 37, said he Googled “Lil Poopy” after reading the newspaper’s story  and found several videos showing the boy in various situations. At one point “I  had to turn the video off,” said Spears, founder of the Brockton Peace  Crusaders, a group aiming to steer at-risk youths in the city’s roughest  neighborhoods away from guns and other violence. “With the girl bent over and  the other girl grinding into him,” Spears said. “A 9-year-old with stacks of  money and rapping about glorifying the drug trade, and demeaning women? A kid at  the third- or fourth-grade level, talking about c0ke? It’s not entertaining.  That’s borderline child abuse.”

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