12-Year-Old Rapper Facing Felony Charge for Selling Mixtape CD

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    12-year-old rapper Corey J (aka Lil C-Note) is trying to spread the word about an Oct. 6 incident that resulted in him being arrested or allegedly selling CDs at a Georgia mall.

    According to CBS 46, Corey showed up at a Cobb County courthouse on February 26 to face charges of disorderly conduct with violence, criminal trespassing and an obstruction felony.

    Cory tried to explain he didn’t realize he was doing anything wrong and has since asked the police department to release the officer’s body cam footage to clear his name.

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    It’s jusssss like this! When God is blessing you🙏🏾 Tha Devil🧛🏾‍♂️ is always rite around tha corner to seek & destroy. Tha fact that he snatched me & was trying to drag me around like I’m sum criminal that’s stealing, robbing or killing or sum is #Crazy. But tha worst part is he trying to charging me with a #felony putting my hands on a #PoliceOfficer he say I tried to brake his fingers, he say I cussed him & he say I pushed him! Where in this video do it show I did anything but tell him I know my rights & then when he proceeded to try and drag me my auntie stepped in & got in between us to get tha #Police off me, cause he was treating me like uh lil rag dog he can sling around…. All #Police is not bad, a lot are good friends of mines. But it’s some of you that do not deserve to be in a #PoliceUniform & this guy is clearly 1!!! Right is Right / Wrong is Wrong!! #CobbCounty #Police We must get to tha bottom of this… I’m just a kid out here standing for tha right & Motivating other kids in a positive way. Why try to destroy & bring me down!?!?🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️ #coreyj #thejasminebrand

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    1. But here’s the thing; it wasn’t this young man’s 1st time selling cds in the mall. They had told him once before not to do that. Why would he come back? So when he got caught the 2nd time doing this, his stupid ass aunt was going to challenge the police officer. I understand that would make anyone mad seeing these pigs put their hands on a child, but the officer wasn’t hurting him. She should have tried to keep a cool head & later sue the police department. A lot of times, black ppl put themselves in these bad situations. And I’m no fan of Cobb County Police….most of them are a bunch of redneck assholes.

      • He is 12 instead of charging him with a felony how about helping him and his family find a way to make money… The police’s job is not only protect but to SERVE…

        Just Dumb as Fuck Shit, like them arresting a black child for not doing the pledge of allegiance… BS.

    2. They’re trying to kill the entrepreneurship spirit in BLACK PEOPLE AND OUR CHILDREN!!!!!!!!! If we produce our own we won’t need them and this brings down their capitalist system……….

    3. now.. I can say that I have supported the police on most of these issues.. but this one I can’t.

      Why would you charge a 12 year old with a felony for getting caught selling CD’s again?

      That man should not be a police if he has no discernment for real criminals.

      If I was his wife I would use this as an excuse to divorce him, he has to be a lame at home, if this is what gets him off.

    4. He should do like other people are doing, which is to use social media to get his music out there. Get some followers and eventually advertisers. He’s too young to be in the criminal justice system. Where are his parents?

    5. I think the little kid should spend a bit more time on his schooling and spelling and less time on his retail selling. He caan’t spell at all and his writing is on a 5th grade level.

      He is very cute though.

      • Why are you clowning this child?

        Give this young man credit for going out and making something happen for himself at such a young age.

        If the justUS system doesn’t screw him over, who knows where he’ll be in the future. The man that started Fubu was in the streets and not school at one point in his life. Look where he is now.

    6. damn shame kid just trying to get his name out there. he wasn’t selling someone else’s stuff it was music he made. This how Ludacris and others did it back in the day. I swear every year they come up with more and more stupid laws. Pretty soon its gonna be like overseas where you get public canings for breaking a law

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