A local Catholic elementary school is in some hot water with higher ups at the Archdiocese of Los Angeles after the school hosted a Lil Pump music video without informing the Diocese.
The video was for Lil Pump's song "Gucci Gang", and it already has more than 240 million views on YouTube.
It was filmed at Blessed Sacrament School in Hollywood without the permission of the Diocese.
In the video, Lil Pump is seen smoking a blunt, carrying bags of weed, and giving out slizzurp to classmates.
The Archdiocese told FOX 11 they were never told about the video, or what would be in it.
In this instance, the location did not follow Archdiocesan filming policy and procedure," a spokeswoman wrote FOX 11. "The Archdiocese of Los Angeles did not approve the content of this video nor its filming at Blessed Sacrament School, which is a school of the Archdiocese and property of the Archdiocese. The Archdiocese has strict filming policies and procedures for all of its parishes and schools."
When FOX 11 contacted the director of the music video, he told us he had no comment and hung up the phone.