Rapper Juicy J, of Three 6 Mafia and Wiz Khalifa's Taylor Gang, has found himself in the middle of controversy involving a High School band in Miami.
Miami Northwestern High School's marching band members where placed in Juicy J's new 'Bandz A Make Her Dance' video, but claim that they did not know they would end up in a video which refers to spending money in the strip-club to make women dance.
Neither the band participants or school officials were properly informed about the video's explicit messages, according to the Miami Herald. Actually the school officials where expecting it to be a drum line type video.
Furthermore, they are claiming that the school's logo was used unauthorized. Although six members of the band were allowed to participate in the off-campus performance, apparently officials were suppose to have been allowed to view the film for final approval.
Since the release of the "Bandz A Make Her Dance" music video, the local community is now upset that their well-known band has been placed in a video of such 'mature' nature.
Meanwhile, Juicy J nor his team have responded to the controversy.