Video of Child Tipping Drag Queen with Exposed Fake Breasts Goes Viral – WATCH
Clip sparks outrage on social media
A video of a young child tipping a drag queen with exposed fake breasts has sparked outrage on social media.
Twitter account @LibsofTikTok shared the video, where TikTok user @davidlovesdragok noted the footage was recorded at Hamburger Mary’s in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in September, DailyMail reported.
Although the clip is almost a year old, it has only recently gained national attention on social media.
This is what a “family-friendly drag show” in a bar looks like pic.twitter.com/oTnLmdEkaZ— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) June 16, 2022
The footage shows the man, identified by the TikTok account as drag queen “Yara Sofia,” decked out in drag and dancing around the restaurant with large fake breasts exposed that bounce to and fro.
When he reaches an older woman holding a child in her lap, the drag queen moves to cover the synthetic breasts while smiling and accepting cash from the young child.
He then collects bills from several other people before heading in front of the stage and smacking the fake bosoms.
A caption on the video simply reads, “OMFG.”
As a gay person, I want absolutely nothing to do with this.— Brad Polumbo 🇺🇸⚽️🏳️🌈 (@brad_polumbo) June 16, 2022
I think many in the LGBT community would agree with me.
Drag is fine for adults.
LET KIDS BE KIDS.
This is creepy and counterproductive. https://t.co/LGHnt2jAc2
Washington Examiner columnist Brad Polumbo said that as “a gay person, I want absolutely nothing to do with this,” in response to @LibsofTikTok’s tweet.
LibsofTikTok’s post has received a slew of replies expressing disapproval over the child’s presence at such an event.
“Yara Sofia” is a 38-year-old man named Gabriel Burgos Ortiz from Puerto Rico, who appeared on the television show Ru Paul’s Drag Race.
As Breitbart noted:
Hamburger Mary’s is a franchise with restaurants throughout the country. On its website, it describes itself as “an open-air bar and grille for open-minded people,” adding that it “offers a flamboyant dining experience.
The now-closed Hamburger Mary’s in Grand Rapids posted an advertisement for Yara Sofia’s performance in September, noting he would be at the restaurant on September 23.
This month, Breitbart News noted that a viral video surfaced featuring “drag queens dancing in front of babies and toddlers at a Dallas pride event” called, “Drag the Kids to Pride,” which was advertised to be “family-friendly.”