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Nine-Year-Old Rapper Begs Brooklyn to Pull Its Pants Up

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Saggy jeans aren't just offending grandmothers these days. Nine-year-old Flatbush resident Amor 'Lilman' Arteaga is also bothered by low-riding pants, which is why he co-wrote a song called "Pull Ya Pants Up" with his dad. He told the New York Daily News, "It's disrespectful showing your butt off. I'm always seeing boys, girls, rappers, singers—everyone is sagging out."

Lilman even shot a music video for the song over his summer vacation, which just so happens to include Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz. After Markowitz's fake press conference, where he declares that everyday will be Pull Ya Pants Up Day, things get a lot cuter.

· Flatbush rapper, 9, is creative force behind 'Pull Ya Pants Up' [NYDN]