Maybe it was only a matter of time before someone called child services on Lil Poopy, the youngest don, over what Brockton, MA police Lt. David Dickinson called “a bit much for a 9-year-old.” We’re not sure if he actually heard Coke Ain’t A Bad Word, but the many YouTube videos that depict Lil Poopy performing in clubs where alcohol is being served (a no-no), having women dancing on him (double no-no), and calling himself a “coke boy” (even though he repeatedly said it’s “only soda”) have certainly gotten the attention of child services, who served Lil Poopy’s father Luis Rivera Sr. with charges of child abuse and/or negligence.

Coke Ain’t A Bad Word dropped late October 2012, but over the last few months, Poopy has done a lot of press, including being featured in the Boston Herald earlier this month. It was only a matter of time before someone spoke out, and with the multitude of Lil Poopy videos on YouTube proving that the allegations against Poopy’s father are legit, this could spell the end of Lil Poopy’s young career.

(All Hip-Hop)