YouTuber Cat-Calls Teen In The Street Is Quickly Shut Down By Her Dad

A YouTuber got some instant karma after he cat-called a 15-year-old girl, who happened to be walking down the street with her dad.

King Aladdin live-streamed himself on a Los Angeles street when he shouts at the teen: "Come here, come here, come here. Come here little blondie, little Taylor Swift looking a** b**ch."

The girl is out with her dad, who just so happens to be comedian Skyler Stone.

But, unsurprisingly, Skyler isn't in a particularly comedic-mood and shouts back to King Aladdin that the girl is just 15.

Seemingly unaware of how creepy and annoying he is, the YouTuber fires back: "Why's she out this late, bro? This is Hollywood, bro."

Managing to keep his cool, Skyler says: "Because we just went on a father-daughter date and had dinner."

But he then begins to approach King Aladdin, who suddenly becomes very apologetic saying: "That's great, I apologise, bro. I'm not trying to disrespect you in any way possible..."

Before Skyler cuts him off to say: "If I were you, I would just shut the f**k up."

Deciding to drop 'bro' and replace it with 'sir', the streamer says: "No problem, sir."

As he continues to apologise to Skyler, the comedian shuts him down saying: "Stop cat-calling after women. Grow the f**k up."

The clip was then shared online and spread like wildfire, eventually Skyler spotted it and posted on Twitter to say: "I'm the 'angry father' in this vid that's going viral. I knew he was filming.

"That's the only reason he still has a working smile on his face. I didn't know he was live streaming.

"Apparently, there's not one person who thought what he did was appropriate. Restored my faith in society."

The YouTube prankster was confronted by the girl's dad. Credit: Twitter/King Aladdin
The YouTube prankster was confronted by the girl's dad. Credit: Twitter/King Aladdin

People were quick to praise the comedian for defending his daughter and urging the YouTube prankster to stop acting like a d**khead to women on the street.

One person replied: "He needed that pushback, because men like him ruin it for everyone else. Thank you."

A second said: "Fathers all over the world are with you here."

While a third wrote: "Hero! This waste of space is very lucky you're a patient tolerant man"

King Aladdin has since posted a video entitled 'I'm Sorry' about the incident, but Skyler wasn't impressed with the apology.

Speaking to website TooFab, he said: "It's like he's apologising to me because I have some fame, he not once in the video says, 'Hey I'm really sorry to his 15-year-old daughter. That's who I owe the real apology to'. And the next day she cried. My daughter cried."

Featured Image Credit: Twitter

Claire Reid

Claire is a journalist at LADbible who, after dossing around for a few years, went to Liverpool John Moores University. She graduated with a degree in Journalism and a whole load of debt. When not writing words in exchange for money she is usually at home watching serial killer documentaries surrounded by cats. You can contact Claire at [email protected]

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