Fetty Wap's "Awakening" Video Get Main Suspended
Fetty Wap says that he was only trying to inspire.
Paterson, NJ - A local principal has been suspended after the Paterson, New Jersey school district investigated Fetty Wap's "Wake up" music video, NorthJersey.com reports.
Officials were concerned about the drug references in the video, which was filmed at Eastside High School. Also there is a stripper dancing on a pole in the interior of a classroom in one of the shots. The video was filmed after hours and do not have any students of the school.
The research brought to the school board to place Zatiti Moody on paid administrative leave, the Superintendent Donnie Evans announced yesterday (June 1) at a meeting of the Board of Education.
Researchers are still looking into who approved the filming of the video in the property of the school and, if appropriate guidelines were used in making the decision.
Fetty Wap dropped out of Eastside High School as a teenager and says in the opening credits of the video that the visual is the aim of inspiring young people to make their own way.
Board member Kenneth Simmons expressed concern that the "Trap Queen", the singer is sending the wrong message to students.
"I don't want to say nothing of the artist, talent," he says. "But despite the fact that he retired and what he did, that is rare. All that falls does not."
The students were asked about the video seemed to appreciate the national attention Fetty Wap was bringing to his hometown.
"Fetty Wap is my guy," Malik Moses, a young man of 18 years of age Eastside student says. "I realized that the consumption of alcohol in the video but it was animated by what he does not really have it. It is the way in which he grew up in Paterson. The marijuana and the twerking, that is what it is here. It shows us that the things in their videos, but it does not say go out and do it."
"He is someone of Paterson, who made it. He has not forgotten where he comes from, but this is Paterson. Nothing says," Jezebel DeLosAngeles, a young 17-y