Lil Pump's smash hit "Gucci Gang" isn't the most lyrical track out there.
But he does take the time to rap about his girl's love of cocaine, the time he banged his teacher, and the value of his lean in rent checks.
Which is why a Los Angeles area Catholic Elementary school shouldn't have allowed Pump to film part of the video to the track in its parking lot.
The Archdiocese of Los Angeles says he's furious that the Blessed Sacrament Catholic School let Pump film his visuals there, adding the school "failed to follow filming policy and procedures, which are extremely strict at all of its schools and parishes."
The fact that the video has almost 250 million views on YouTube and features all kinds of drugs and debauchery is not making the situation any better.
The school hasn't commented on the controversy.