Uncle Gives Nephew a Spanking for the Facebooking Ages

Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 3:08 pm ET

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Kid gets spanked by uncle for acting a fool on Facebook
Frump’s talked a bit about generational warfare recently. There’s just a certain je nais sais quoi dividing today’s youth and the elders of generations past, you know? Something lost in translation, in values, or perhaps — in this case — Facebook wall messages.

Apparently this kid was “acting hard” on his Facebook, telling the world he was gonna “stomp [someone’s] ass” for some unknown reason.

The shirtless uncle, now a hero of Frump’s, didn’t think too highly of this, and attributed such “gang banging” behavior to the pervasive, negative influence of that awful “Rap” music the kids seem to dig so much these days (video after the jump).

***WARNING: There’s some NSFW language in the video. I guess it’s also too “violent” for YouTube, so we’re using this source video instead***

Now, I’m not here to judge whether our belt-wielding redeemer’s analysis is fair, let alone accurate. I don’t think it really matters, do you?

The more important message is that violence and “gang bangin'”, the world over, is simply unacceptable in modern society. Even on Facebook walls. And the best way to stamp out said violence is, of course, through more violence. Targeted, more maturely crafted violence, I mean — that will eventually end up on 1,000’s of Facebook walls.

Seriously, if our nation’s youth hasn’t caught onto that concept yet, perhaps we really are lost.

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13 Responses to “Uncle Gives Nephew a Spanking for the Facebooking Ages”

  1. Klowe Says:

    This kid deserves ass kicking. I got mine when I was a kid. More kids these days need discipline.

  2. Norrahs Says:

    I agree…. Those that are possibly 30 and above know what it’s like to respect your parents and other adults because of the belt discipline we received at a young age. Growing up I never heard of child abuse because your parent/grandparent/aunts/uncle gave you a taste of the board of education.

    The law has given all the power to the kids and that’s why their jobs are secure. Kids today are doing any and everything under the sun and the parents are trapped.

    I commend the uncle for stepping in and educating his nephew by the game of life. In this day and age with technology, kids don’t understanding what you post could get you killed. So, to have your child around until the Lord decide to call him home there needs to be more Uncle like people out there to step up.

    As stated in the news today, the generation of kids that are below 20 will have a hard time functioning in society if they are not taught a better way of life. Guns, gangbanging, steeling, etc. is not the answer.

    God Bless….Keep praying for better days ahead.

  3. Diana Says:

    When a child hits a child, we call it aggression.
    When a child hits an adult, we call it hostility.
    When an adult hits an adult, we call it assault.
    When an adult hits a child, we call it discipline.

    Is this really the answer? I’m not going to get into the spanking/notspanking debate but, I will say that posting this video on the internet with the goal of publicly humiliating the child and subjecting them to intense ridicule from their peers is in fact psychological abuse and should be treated as such. I sincerely hope that CPS investigates this.

  4. JT Says:

    diana stfu! Thats whats wrong with these kids today. They lack discipline and that manifests in many sometimes tragic ways. If the uncle did that time out shit that doesn’t work and the kid became a real gangbanger and got arrested people like you are the first to stand and yell “he got what he deserved.” CPS can go spit and big government can stay out people’s business.

  5. Anonymous Says:

    Dana SHUT UP.

  6. baby ghost Says:

    wtf i a lp fuck all y’all

  7. Dawgpoundx19 Says:

    That whipping is deserved. Its the people like Diana above that write of gang violence as a product of their environment or he wasnt loved enough. That ass whipping could save that kids life. That belt on the clothed butt stings a bit but bullets hurt more. Perhaps losing face in front of people is what this kid needs to get his act together. This wasn’t step one…. this is an adult who cares enough about this wana be thug to set him straight. Despite the fact that we want every one to feel like a winner… in the real world there are winners and losers. This guy is trying to keep his kid from being a loser. This isn’t abuse. Abuse is beating the kid because you enjoy it, or taking out your issue on the kid. This guy never crosses that line… its about a lesson from the beginning.

  8. Kimmie Says:

    I can guarantee you the uncle probably has “discussed” these issues with his nephew many times…you obviously have never been around a hard-headed teenager. There is a difference between beating on someone and discipline. The uncle was issuing discipline. I prevented my husband from disciplining my nephew a year ago–he had totally gotten out of hand…he has been in so much trouble before and after—–including with the law. The minimum bail for even the smallest of crimes is around $15,000 to $20,000—that does not include legal fees—which are probably double…after a conviction, many young black men cannot get employment for years upon years….You can tell from the way that the nephew responded to his uncle that he has much respect for his uncle and is probably a good kid deep inside. As far as the sagging pants, well that’s what happens when you take your belt off—which in my opinion was put to good use… he probably hurt the boys feelings more than really hurting him at all….

  9. wjones Says:

    About time those viewers with blinders on, get to see a necessary tool in teaching your children how to respect life. You can talk all you want about, what about how the child will feel when his friends see this, but the bottom line is that his friends are not going to get him or her into college, or get him/her a job. Understanding real life and not some fantasy world you reside in as a youth, will help you survive in society. Like I said placing that belt on his backside is just one tool a parent has at their disposal. But I am pretty sure busting their butts every once in awhile will be the most effective tool a parent can and should use.

  10. Sw0rdf1sh Says:

    Man, I couldn’t view this last week, I’m glad I circled back around and caught this. I’m telling you now, his Uncle needs to give some free seminars to a lot of parents.

    “We do not come from that!”

    That beating, like many I received when I was younger, wasn’t as bad as it could have been. That crap didn’t hurt that big boy…what it hurt was his pride. And that was what it was intended to do.

    Mission accomplished.

  11. Haywood Middough Says:

    That is what is wrong with a lot of these kids in this particular day and age. Parents need to stop trying to be their kids’ friend and start being parents. If more parents, auts and uncle would spank their kids, a lot of them would not be so unruly. I had grown up during the 1970’s and 80’s. Yes there were times when we had misbehaved, but we knew when to stop. Otherwise we would have to get the strap. I’m sure that anyone who had grown up during that time period as well as the previous decades will agree. Again, alot of these kids that are growing up in this day and age could use a good spanking. God bless that uncle. And Dana, get a clue!


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