“As such, DCSD will take immediate and strong disciplinary action against the employees that organized or otherwise supported this unauthorized activity,” the district’s statement said. “The performance is intolerable and violates our standards for acceptable, age-appropriate activities.”
The rappers, whose real names aren’t clear, didn’t respond to requests for comment, except for Guap Tarantino.
“You must gone pay me?” he wrote in an email.
Told the AJC doesn’t pay for interviews, he didn’t immediately respond. Instead, he posted another video of the performance on Instagram.
He added a message saying DeKalb schools and the newspaper were “Mad At Me For Making The Kids Happy. ... i Made dem Kids day and da county tryna do me durtyy.”
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