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October 02, 2012
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Video: Tenn. officer's rap song scrutinized

Officer Candyance Davis goes by the rapper name Quolove

By PoliceOne Staff

MEMPHIS — An officer is under investigation for posting a rap video on YouTube that might be interpreted as promoting a violent lifestyle.

Officer Candyance Davis, who goes by the rapper name Quolove, is seen in a video called "Gimme Me" tossing money and saying, ‘If they don’t give me my money, I’ll (expletive) them up.”

Davis has worked for the Memphis Police Department since 2003 and is assigned to the Mount Moriah Precinct, according to WREG. Some citizens who saw the video said they found it alarming.

"As a police lady, she wants people to look up to her to not be afraid of her," Drexel Milton said.  "Especially when they make a call to know somebody is coming to their house with integrity."

Family members said it's possible to reconcile police work with rapping.

"When she go to work, she is respectable," Davis' brother told the station. "She does her job and she does it well."






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