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Registered sex offenders are forbidden by law to interact with children–especially, especially during Halloween.

That also applies to Cash Money rapper Mystikal, who went from Billboard bullets to behind bars in 2004 after being convicted of sexual battery.

Louisiana cops decided to pay the “man right chea” a visit as Beggars’ Night 2014 approached and it turned into a news story.

Reports The Grio:

Nationwide, officers are visiting houses listed on sex offender registries and making their rules clear: No contact with children.

Yes, Mystikal — you too.

WBRZ-TV’s Rob Krieger stumbled upon the rapper’s house in Prairieville, Louisiana, while accompanying police on their routine “compliance checks.”

Mystikal, whose real name is Michael Tyler, was convicted of sexual battery in 2004. Because of the conviction, he’s considered a “lifetime sex offender.”

The platinum-selling rapper served six years in prison for the incident, which involved his hairstylist at the time. He was open and candid when cameras entered his home.

“I don’t do the pity party thing,” Mystikal said. “I have to participate in sex offender groups and stuff like that, it don’t stop your life man. I have the same fears that most parents have,” he said. “Protect your kids, man. Protect your kids. Our kids are the most important thing that we have.”

Watch Mystikal get real hospitable with officers as they enter his home in the video player below.

Photo: WBRZ