Rapper Mystikal got a knock on his door a few days before Halloween, but it wasn't early trick or treaters. The New Orleans rapper was the subject of a sex-offender check-in where officers go to the homes of people with prior sex offenses and warn them not to participate in Halloween.

As previously reported, Mystikal, born, Michael Tyler, spent six years in prison for sexual battery before being released in 2010 and signing to Cash Money Records the following year. Despite his crime not involving someone who was underage, "The Man Right Chea" still has to receive the notice. "I don't do the pity party thing, I have to participate in sex offender groups and stuff like that, it don't stop your life, man," said Mystikal.

Check out the WBRZ news clip, above.

[via HHW]