Atlanta rapper Offset is enjoying the long-awaited release of his Father of 4 solo album but he might want to keep tabs on having his kids attend a couple Southern schools.

This week, Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King exposed a Virginia elementary school celebrating Black History Month with a racist “Runaway Slave” game.

The game’s aftermath made ultimately sparked a full-fledged apology and school board discussion.

At a school board meeting last week, Michelle Thomas, president of the Loudoun County chapter of the NAACP, told the board that she learned of the exercise last month in a letter that said pupils were given the choice of being a slave, a sharecropper or a landowner. But “slavery was not a joke,” she said. “You didn’t get to choose.” Thomas said children “don’t need to relive slavery. We’ve done enough. We’ve paid enough.” (NBC News)

King also shared buzz about possible legislation to take food out of children’s mouths.

According to reports, the legislation would ultimately force schools to face a funding penalty if students do not meet a reading level.

Rep. Alan Clark (R-Lonsdale) proposed a bill that would cut lunch funding in schools that struggle with reading, and he is working to get others to support the idea. Clark’s proposed bill, if passed, would reduce a district’s “national school lunch funding” if they’re struggling in the reading department over a period of time. “I don’t understand, and hopefully that bill won’t get passed in Arkansas,” Laquita Chalmers, a parent in West Memphis, said. (WTKR)