And filed under WTF is a new rap video by a 6-year-old rapper named Albert Roundtree Jr.. But instead of applauding a prodigy act to come out of Florida, you might want to call child protection services instead.
Not only is the song called "Booty Pop," little Albert is shown in the video suggestively firing a water gun while sandwiched between two bouncing bikini-clad butts.
Every day it seems there is a story about little girls being sexualized by the media or their own parents. But this video goes to show that it's not only little girls manipulated by the very adults who should be shepherding them.
You tell me. Is little Albert putting the fun back in dysfunctional?
No doubt about it, Jessica Simpson is under a lot of pressure these days. While most of us are keen to shed our baby-bearing pounds, we don't have a multimillion-dollar contract riding on it.
Give me Starbucks any day of the week, beetle notwithstanding. The latest trend in placenta preservation is smoothies.
No longer a practice exclusive to the eccentrics likes of Yoko Ono, the health benefits of consuming placenta are widely espoused by stars like Mad Men's January Jones, who encapsulated her placenta after birth. British soccer player Robin Van Persie famously used placenta remedies to help heal a torn ankle ligament.
According to Hazel Mayger, a recently trained Placenta Encapsulation Specialist (for real) in Northern Ireland, placenta plays a key role in replenishing a woman's blood supply after childbirth.
The Independent Placenta Encapsulation Network (also real) claims that blood loss during delivery can be as much as 1/8 to 1/10 of a woman's entire supply. With caesarean section, blood loss can be "significantly more," and can lead to anaemia. No wonder we feel so exhausted after having a baby! Placenta helps pump back meaty iron, amino acids and essential fats into the new mom's body.
"We have found however that mothers who consume their placenta after birth, particularly after consuming raw placenta in a smoothie, bleed significantly less," said Ms Mayger.
"The most important nutrients found in rich supply in the placenta include stem cells and growth factors, iron, vitamins B6 (aids in the making of antibodies), Vitamin E (for healing damaged skin cells), Oxytocin hormone (essential for facilitating birth and breastfeeding), CRH (responsible for reducing stress levels), Cytokins (fibroblasts that trigger cell metabolism healing and replacing damaged cells and tissue. Women who have consumed their own placenta testify that it has given them energy, improved their mood, reduced the likeliness of post natal depression and improved their milk supply."
Having said that, if you managed to sneak a peek at your placenta after the fact, you'll known it's not pretty. Ground up in a capsule? Maybe. But raw in a smoothie? Seriously, the stuff of a Survivor challenge.
Could you get over the ick factor if it meant kick-starting your post-birth recovery?