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Teen who blasted 'F**k the Police' during slain cop's funeral gets brutal reality check from landlord

A teen who blasted an anti-cop song during the funeral of a slain NYPD cop gets evicted from apartment. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

A New York teen who blasted the rap song "F**k the Police" from his apartment window as thousands of New York police officers mourned the death of a slain officer has been evicted from his apartment.

According to the New York Post, Super Danny Morales ordered the tenant who lived at the house to kick 16-year-old Julien Rodriguez — the teen accused of blasting the music — and his sister from the house for blasting the anti-cop music.

Morales' reasoning? Because the music was "disrespectful" toward the mourning police.

"I called him and told him he needs to take care of this right away," Morales told his tenant, he told the Post. "I told him it’s disrespectful and they can’t be doing this. The police lost a family member. We all need to come together and respect that."

The apartment's tenant, who only identified himself as "Jesus" to the Post, told the newspaper that Rodriguez and his sister are already gone. He described the pair as "lowlives."

"They’re gone. The case is closed. They’re no longer in my house. I don’t know where they went," he told the Post.

Rodriguez made headlines earlier this week when he blasted the famed NWA song during the funeral for slain NYPD officer Miosotis Familia, who was assassinated earlier this month while sitting in a police vehicle in the Bronx. The 16-year-old told the Post that blasting the music to disrespect the cops was a "satisfying" experience.

"Since they did not show respect for my brother and my friend, why should I show respect to them?" he told the Post.

Rodriguez only ceased playing the music when 20 police officers came to his apartment door and pleaded with him to stop the music.

From the Post:

About 20 officers went up to the apartment to try to halt the music, with one cop speaking to the teen in Spanish about his own time growing up as a Latino in the city, law enforcement sources said.

The teen told The Post that he eventually apologized to the cops — but only because the building super threatened to toss his family out of their home if he didn’t.

It's not clear where the brother and sister have ended up since being booted from their apartment.

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