Usually, when you see a video of a little kid rapping on the internet it's cute and fun and something you want to share with your kids. Recently, a video out of Florida went viral but for the opposite reason. Reader warning - the video is explicit and may disturb you.

In the video, which has since been pulled from YouTube, 6 year old Albert Roundtree Jr is sat between the backside of two girls wearing nothing but a bikini as he sings: "I can make your booty pop, booty pop, booty pop." Later he is shown surrounded by girls in bikinis gyrating and surrounding the 6 year old as he continues to rap. The most offensive part of the video shows the boy holding a water gun to his crotch, and squirtin water out of it towards the girls as he says "We can have some fun tonight because we both feeling right,".

The videos population grew as outraged YouTubers wrote about it on blogs and spread the word. Members of the African-American community are crying foul and some are even citing the video as child or sexual abuse. Talk show host Bill O' Reilly brought in numerous psychologists and psychiatrists to break down the video, some saying that it should be considered abuse, while others disagree.

"I can’t even begin to wonder what the motivation behind this video and song was, or why so many adults thought it was cool," read a blogpost in Vibe.com. But watching [the boy] sing of making a grown woman’s booty pop while a half-dozen of the"I can’t even begin to wonder what the motivation behind this video and song was, or why so many adults thought it was cool," read a blogpost in Vibe.com. But watching [the boy] sing of making a grown woman’s booty pop while a half-dozen of them dance around him in the pool, just made me sad."

The boys parents, who are not being identified, shot the video with hopes that their son would become and internet star, and according to reports are already working on his next video. Florida officials would not  confirm or deny if there were an investigation had been launched on the video and the boys parents.