Rapper Yung Thug is being investigated by Georgia's Division of Child & Family Services, after hundreds of his fans snitched on him to authorities.

MTO news spoke with five women who told us they all reported the Georgia rapper and his babys mother to the authorities for allegedly endangering their daughter.

Under Georgia law, the Division of Child & Family Services is required to investigate all claims made against parents.

It all started yesterday, when a video surfaced online that allegedly shows Thugger's daughter driving a car while an adult in the passenger seat filmed the child driver. 

In the short clip, the little girl - who can barely see over the steering wheel - looks frightened as she drives on a public road. A woman's arm comes into view, reaching over to help steer the wheel just slightly before letting go and allowing the child to drive on her own.

TheShadeRoom shared the video on their Instagram page and it has reached over 1.5 million views. There are nearly 22K comments on the post, and many of them are blasting the rapper and the mother of his daughter for allowing this to happen.

Former NBA star Matt Barnes called the actions "Stupid" and Tyrese said, "I’m almost sure DFCS is gonna see this." Thousands of others mirrored their sentiments, however, some didn't see the big deal. "Y’all tripping like your parents didn’t let you sit in their lap to drive their cars!!!" one person wrote. "We just didn’t have social media back then!!"

Here's the video: