Albert Roundtree Jr. stars in a controversial sexy video (below) that features the 6-year-old rapper surrounded by bikini-clad women who shake their behinds to his song 'Booty Pop.'
At one point, the boy sings "we can have some fun tonight because we both feeling right," while spraying a woman with a water gun, held near his groin.
Tyler Council, president of Froze-N-Time Production, told the Miami New Times: "It's supposed to be a joke, but I'd say about 30 percent of the people watching it find it funny. But I still don't regret it."
However, many people are outraged and YouTube pulled the video.
Psychiatrist Keith Ablow said on Fox News: “It’s child abuse, it’s sexual abuse of a 6-year-old boy, by the adult women who participate in making the video, any producer involved, and his parents who apparently gave permission for this to occur."
“The crime is this: they are making sexual gestures toward him. Nobody would pretend that if you walked up to a child on a beach and started to urge him to say these things while you danced in an erotic fashion around him, that you ought not to be arrested for doing that. That would be child endangerment, that would be child neglect or abuse if the parents didn’t step in.”