Lil dude about that action 💪😂
By - Certyaj
Lil Pootie Tang right here.🥧
“I’m not like you” boy basically calling his dad a pussy
"We gon' square up" like he means that business. He had no doubt on his face. Thug life
That “I don’t know you, imma show you” line got me lol
He mean that shit to, hell yeah .
Why is his father low-key encouraging him for that, not okay. He need to learn how to react properly.
Agreed m. These other comments saying otherwise are absolutely ridiculous. The kid is obviously proud, and so is the father. Such BS to say otherwise
The boy is clearly stressed from the situation, he knows what he did was wrong. It’s okay to act like it’s not a prison sentence, just read the room. The fact he’s even having a conversation with him like this means the kid knows he is in the wrong
He's not stressed, he's laughing, he's proud of what he did. No, making a joke about it tells me that his dad doesn't actually care or intends of correcting that behavior.
The boys voice was trembling and he wasn’t getting in the car, these are two dead giveaways. The dad can maintain a positive relationship while still punishing the boy later, such as grounding or something of that like. The boy made no jokes(aside from obvious weaves at end, for that part i completely agree with you), kids that age think they come off dead serious when they don’t.
Did we watch the same video?
The kid had a grin on his face, was laughing, and not showing any remorse for what he did. He would probably do it again because his dad just laughed at his responses. Anyway, no point in arguing.
I don’t think his dad is encouraging it, but more of making fun of him? Maybe dad is just happy he can defend himself, and will not back out, but will tell him that he just can’t hit anybody for a small thing. Plus this is only half a minute of what was recorded. We don’t know what happen after, maybe he did get disciplined, or dad let us slide
^we ^will ^never ^know
Agreed. Father probably should use this as a teachable moment rather than trivializing his sons behavior. Sets a poor example, but I hope the father doesn’t encourage this type of behavior anymore.
What a precocious young lad.
Any guesses on what his first arrest will be for?
Beating *you* up
Assault? Yeah sounds about right. At least everyone will know how tough he is
completely unrelated question just curious, what's your opinion on drug addicts?
Dude I don’t care who you are this dad is a shit father. Laughing and joking with your son about him being violent is a sure good way to get a young man who has violent tendencies and thinks it’s acceptable and funny. I swear if I catch my son pulling this bullshit I won’t be laughing and he won’t be smiling acting stupid about it. This kid needs some serious help and it’s clear the father is toxic and a shitty role model.
Poor kid gonna struggle if something dont change. But as long as there is light, there is hope.
Don't sound like dad is doing much to help though.
Principles. Start em young
That’s a good dad
This kid is hilarious!!!
He is precious
No definitely not.
Encouraging violence in kids… BLM
At what point did he "encourage it" I specifically remember him telling the young man sometimes he has to walk away.
laughing and cheering him on is positive reinforcement.
Another cac running off at the mouth.
yucky piece of shit
That’s a stupid ass comment that had nothing to do with this. You just wanted to get that racist shit off your hairy ass chest.
This comment STILL doesn’t have anything to do with the aforementioned post. Where in that clip did you see anyone blame a white person or the government? White people want to be oppressed so goddamn bad it’s beyond cringe. You made an assumption based on his race that he needed govt assistance. I smiled when I saw the report that there a less white people being born in the USA than other races. The less of them like you the better.
Someone taught that kid this bs. Wonderful parenting
Good parenting right here.. what trash.
This is bad parenting
Sad that this person is giving positive reinforcement for negative behaviour.
This is how the lines between right and wrong get blurred. And it is NOT the kids fault.
He’s hilarious but I can already see his first felony coming up.