A six-year-old’s raunchy rap video has critics calling it child abuse, but the director says it was all a joke.
A music video called “Booty Pop,” uploaded to YouTube last week, features Albert Roundtree Jr., 6, singing and dancing surrounded by scantily clad women who shake their rear ends in bikinis in a swimming pool as he sings “I can make your booty pop.”
The Florida child shows off some sexually suggestive dance moves as well, singing "We can have some fun tonight because we both feeling right," as he brandishes a water gun conveniently held at his crotch level and uses it to spray one of the women with a stream of water.
The boy is sandwiched between two bikini-covered backsides as he sings: "I can make your booty pop, booty pop, booty pop." He later holds a water gun near his crotch and douses a dancer.
"It's supposed to be a joke, but I'd say about 30 percent of the people watching it find it funny," Tyler Council, president of the Oakland Park-based production company, told the Miami New Times last week. "But I still don't regret it."
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