Building Superintendent Threatens to Kick Family Out After They Blasted “F Tha Police” During Cops Funeral

Building Superintendent Threatens to Kick Family Out After They Blasted F Tha Police During Cops Funeral

A teen who blasted an anti-police song out his window as police mourned a fallen NYPD officer passed by was almost kicked out of the building he was staying in by the manager, the New York Post reported.

The building manager gave them that nasty surprise after 16-year-old Julien Rodriguez refused to apologize to police for blaring NWA’s “F*** tha Police” out his window of the East 188 Street apartment building in the Bronx as thousands of police gathered for the funeral of slain officer Miosotis Familia on Tuesday.

Familia was allegedly assassinated last week by Alexander Bonds, a 34-year-old who had voiced his disdain for law enforcement on social media.

Rodriguez told the Post it was “satisfying” to play the song as the funeral procession passed by, telling the paper the deaths of his older brother and best friend at the hands of the police spurred him on to do so. You may not be surprised to learn the Post found no record of their deaths, even though Rodriguez gave them what he said were their names.

“Since they did not show respect for my brother and my friend, why should I show respect to them?” Rodriguez said.

Even though he blasted “F*** tha Police” during the funeral, Rodriguez told the paper he still respects Officer Familia’s sacrifice and feels sorry that she died.

“I feel sympathy for that, because all she was trying to do was take bad people off the street,” Rodriguez said. “It was wrong because she did not do anything wrong but at the same time, my bro and my best friend died for no reason.”

Ah yes, that counterfeit brother/best friend duo again. Needless to say, cops weren’t too impressed with what he did, and several came up to the apartment to confront him…