Cumberland, GA – Corey J, the 12-year-old rapper who once appeared on Ellen, was arrested at a Georgia mall on October 6. In video footage posted on Corey’s Instagram account earlier this week, a Cobb County officer grabs Corey by the arm and threatens to take him to a youth detention center for allegedly selling CDs.

As his aunt looks on and continues to film, all hell breaks loose when Corey — who also goes by Lil C-Note — tries to remove his arm from the officer’s tight grip. Consequently, both Corey and his aunt were arrested for felony obstruction, misdemeanor obstruction, criminal trespass and disorderly conduct, according to 11 Alive. 

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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!?!?🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️

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In the Instagram caption, the officer is accused of treating Corey like a “rag doll.”

“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,” the caption reads. “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!?!?”

Cobb County police chief Mike Register is aware of the complaints and his department is launching an internal investigation.

Naturally, Twitter had something to say about Corey’s arrest, which is attracting national attention.

Check out some of the reactions below.