Children belly dance in Arab nightclubs and are featured in Harris’ drama show
A video of a girl dancing in one of the nightclubs in an Arab country has gone viral in a very short time. The video was denounced virally because the girl is considered super young to enter a nightclub.
The video. which features a young girl in a dress while Billy dances to an Arabic song, has garnered over 166,000 views and over 1,000 comments in a short time.
Social media users angrily slammed the video and the nightclub for allowing such a young girl to enter, while others called for police to monitor the places. Additionally, some have urged authorities to search for the girl and remove her custody from her parents.
The location of the nightclub has not been revealed. However, some claimed it was in Iraq. One person commented, “From her dancing, you can tell she’s Iraqi. Where are the security and the police? A child of his age must go to school.
Across the Atlantic, Kamala Harris, the US Vice President, has been widely mocked after a YouTube Original space series, titled “Get Curious with Vice President Harris”, featuring child actors who auditioned for the roles.
People widely condemned Harris and the fact that there were several kids interested in space, but instead the vice president preferred to bring in child actors to get the roles.
According to the Daily Caller report, the series was more about getting kids more excited about science and space, it faced massive backlash on the internet over what commentators described as an overly dramatic performance by Harris. calling it “FAKE”.
Among the kids who took part in the YouTube series was 13-year-old Trevor Bernardino, who prepared a recorded monologue about something he’s passionate about during the conversation with Kamala Harris.
Bernardino was also asked to have three questions for the vice president, sources revealed.
Kamala Harris’ scripted video content is produced by… Sinking Ship Entertainment.
— Senator Marsha Blackburn (@MarshaBlackburn) October 12, 2021
The vice president has also come under fire for paying children to appear on her video. One journalist/editor, Trish Regan, wrote in a Twitter post: “Society is getting more and more fake. go! NASA can’t find a few kids who are interested in space? It’s horrible.
Additionally, former Trump advisers also took the opportunity to share the video and mocked the vice president for paying child actors to join her in her production.