“Drop it like it’s hot.” (Great reference! 2009!)

This kid, though, seriously. Bentley Green just fired his agent and is going in a whole new direction. David LaChapelle is canceling his upcoming Ryan Phillipe photoshoot and getting the old documentary crew back together, because Rize 2 The Streets has found its star. (Thanks for the tip, Keri.)

Comments (28)
  1. I like how the black car driving by slowed down to see what was poppin.

  2. I find it quite scary how those cars drive by right behind him!

  3. “you got served!”

  4. I doubt the veracity of this video. How do we really know if that is a kid and not one extremely talented and tiny guy sitting on the shoulders of another extremely talented and tiny guy, using baggy clothes as a disguise?

  5. Jungle fever at 2:03

  6. What’s with all the viral marketing for Little Man 2 today?

  7. He’s luring in that little girl like a magnet (2:08). Apparently his skillz go beyond the dance floorpavement. Rules.

  8. thegreatsatan  |   Posted on Jul 29th, 2009 -1

    I forsee a future for this kid, dressed as a robot on a corner somehwere

  9. That kid wasn’t alive when Drop it Like It’s Hot was relevant.

  10. If I were the one in charge of posting this story to Videogum, my first choice for tags would probably be “Barbecue” too.

  11. ModernMANdroid   |   Posted on Jul 29th, 2009 +5

    Thank You VIDEOGUM!!!
    Can this kid really dance for 5 minutes? Apparently, the answer is EVEN LONGER b/c the clip cuts out… HOW LONG DID HE KEEP GOING??? DAMN!
    The way the little white girl walked toward him mesmerized, I think he will have fun in his twenties.

  12. I say we match this kid against the Korean toddler from a few weeks back in a no-moves-barred dance-off. Loser gets sold to Nike.

  13. Sota  |   Posted on Jul 29th, 2009 +5

    I’m gonna be pissed if this turns out to be a 33 year old midget…

  14. This reminds me of every single family gathering during my early childhood when I was made to do the robot, running man, and/or the Ed Lover dance for my aunts’ and uncles’ amusement. Me and driveway baby over here are not your dancing monkeys, Uncle Dante!!

  15. Alex  |   Posted on Jul 29th, 2009 -2

    Maybe I’m misunderstanding, but I THINK you meant to say this kid is getting “Krump.” Crunk = Crazy Drunk. Krump = the type of dancing featured in “Rize.” Either way, this is awesome.

  16. Kira  |   Posted on Jul 29th, 2009 +4

    When are those gymnasts gonna appear and cartwheel this O.G. in the face?

  17. gemma  |   Posted on Jul 29th, 2009 0

    Is he one of the foster kids? If so, can Videogum adopt him? Seriously: he can already dance, so if Gabe just teaches him to sing a Johnny Cash song, he can give the “Folsom Prison” kid a run for his money. Everyone ends up happy.

  18. Monkey  |   Posted on Jul 29th, 2009 +2

    Why don’t those jackasses make the kid dance where they are at and watch from the street instead of having it the other way around.

  19. frank  |   Posted on Jul 29th, 2009 0

    MILWAUKEE THE COOLEST THINGS!

  20. frank  |   Posted on Jul 29th, 2009 0

    MILWAUKEE THE COOLEST THINGS!

  21. Age 7, huh? Huh. There’s something wrong with Esther.

  22. I can watch that kid Stanky Leg all day.

  23. Daniel  |   Posted on Jul 29th, 2009 0

    This, too, was much more entertaining set to metal — specifically “Curses” by Gay Witch Abortion. The singer started making some strange whining sound (2:07) just as the kid started making that crying motion with his hands (4:15). The sync was just too good.

    Plus, I love how the little white girl at the beginning looks both fascinated and somewhat scared.

  24. kid ain’t 7ya’ll…dope movves either way

  25. Yvonne  |   Posted on Jul 30th, 2009 0

    That’s not a kid. He’s a 37 year old man. And his name is Emmanuel.

  26. I’m not familiar with that emoticon. Is it supposed to mean goatse or Dizzy Gillespie?

  27. Dustin Powers  |   Posted on Jul 29th, 2009 0

    You poop into my butt hole and I poop into your butt hole… back and forth… forever.

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