Fetty Wap's 'Wake Up' Video Prompts Investigation by NJ School District
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Officials of Paterson, New Jersey school district aren't pleased with the video's content, which includes various drug references and twerking girls.

AceShowbiz - Paterson, New Jersey school district isn't happy %cFetty Wap% returns to his old high school in the music video of his "Wake Up". Officials are currently investigating Eastside High School, the rapper's alma mater where he filmed the visuals, according to NJ.com.

They take issue with the clip's content, which includes Wap making various drug references as he stands in the hallway, some girls twerking inside a classroom with one of them even strutting her stuff on a stripper pole and one lady using an apple as a bong.

"As there are procedures that must be followed in securing the use of our facilities, whether all procedures were followed is in question and being investigated - and will be addressed as a personnel matter," said Terry Corallo, the district's spokeswoman. "The district does not endorse the content of this video."

Wap, high school dropout, released the song to celebrate the 4/20 and said in an accompanying note that he dedicated it to the graduating class. "This song is for everyone that might not be in the top of their class or most popular but you still know where you're headed, just riding on your own path," he wrote at the time.

Following backlash over the music video, a source close to Wap defended him, telling TMZ that the video's "a symbolic reference to getting high off success and finding your path after graduation." The site added that the rapper's goal was to "illustrate what high school kids deal with today ... and start a conversation about how to change things."

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