VIDEO: Orlando Officer Under Investigation For Appearing In Rap Video

An Orlando officer is under investigation after he and his patrol car were prominently featured in a rap video.

​Orlando, FL – An internal investigation has been launched against an Orlando police officer, after he and his patrol vehicle were prominently featured in a rap video that was posted to YouTube (video below).

It was unclear whether the unnamed officer was aware that he was a part of a music video production, or if he agreed to participate ahead of time, WFTV reported.

The Glokk Nine video, titled “Armed & Dangerous,” showcased a group of young men armed with pistols, which they frequently waved around and pointed at the camera. One man wore a black mask that concealed much of his face.

They also flashed cash, and portrayed themselves selling marijuana, as they sauntered around a basketball court.

At one point in the video, they grabbed a man who appeared to be selling drugs out of a white backpack, and shoved him to the ground with their weapons pointed at his face.

They then stole his backpack, and one man held the dealer at gunpoint while he stole cash from his shoe.

The Orlando officer and his patrol car were prominently displayed at the onset of the video, and the camera cut back to clips of the men posturing and waving money around the vehicle throughout the video.

One man threw cash on the officer’s windshield, and later collected it.

Neither the officer nor the patrol car appeared in any of the scenes where the men were committing offenses or brandishing weapons.

Orlando Police Chief John Mina said he learned of the video on Tuesday, according to WFTV.

“It's a situation where it’s out in the public so anyone can take pictures or video of our officers, but because of that video and because of the circumstances surrounding the video, I just want an internal investigation to see if any policies were violated,” Chief Mina said.

The officer featured in the video was still on duty.

WFTV said that Glokk Nine did not respond to their request for a comment regarding the officer’s appearance in the video.

You can try to make it through the video below:

Parents must be so proud of their little ones behavior. This officer knew what was going on, clearly. I don't think those kids earned that money working at a real job. Love the gold teeth, wonder how his parents got the $$ for that. Thugs, every one of them.

Stupid ass thugs!! Glorifying crime, smdh


And we wonder why we have violence in schools, this is a perfect example of the current problem with society today

Are these individuals even out of high school? They look barely out of junior high...

These 2 topics are not connected in any way.

Florida’s youth at its best.

Yeah they are. This is how some of our youth spend their time. Do you think they change their attitudes and ideas when they walk on campus?

I'm betting that officer thought he was doing some good community service PR stuff by allowing himself to be embarrassed in that ridiculous video, now he may get in trouble with his department. Why does rap these days seem to always involve guns, drugs, violence, usually racism and general criminal activity as the main topic? Everyone doing them wants to be portrayed as a gangsta thug for life. Funny though, when you refer to one of them as such, high offense gets taken. So what is it? You are a wanna be thug gangsta? Spice One already did that.

I was hired to provide security for the filming of a rap video. During the filming the "rapper" encourage people who lived in the neighborhood to jump up and down on the patrol car they were using in the video. The problem was that the car was actually a rental that was dressed up to look like a patrol car. The director of the video lost his mind, screaming at the people to get off the car which was now completely ruined. I don't think I ever laughed that hard in my life. The video, btw, was about the drug dealing rapper running from the police and all the people laughing as he escaped into the neighborhood. I'm pretty sure this rapper had to pay the bill for the cars he ruined.