Young mother videos herself shaking baby like a gun to the beats of rap song 'Pew Pew Pew'
Kaitlyn Jensen, from Canada, can be seen shaking baby Grayson while listening to 'Pew Pew Pew' by Auntie Hammy in a video posted on Chinese video app TikTok
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A mother who shook her baby trying to emulate firing a gun to the tune of rap music on a video app has now been criticized for being "abusive" to her child.
Kaitlyn Jensen, from Alberta, Canada, is seen in the video, shared on Chinese app TikTok, holding her smiling child Grayson and shaking him to the beats of 'Pew Pew Pew' by Auntie Hammy, a parody artist, Daily Mail reports.
Jensen, who is seen sporting pink hair and wearing a tracksuit and a gym top, is seen holding the child in a gun-like stance before rapidly shaking him and jeopardizing the baby's welfare.
According to reports, the Chinese app allows users to create short videos, music videos, and Gifs with a series of functions to live stream. However, many users worried about little Grayson's safety despite the video garnering over 800,000 likes on the app. TikTok became the most downloaded app in the US in 2018.
"Watch out! You are going to drop your baby," Ruby Goverton said, while Lynnae907 added: "Although super cute, that is really bad for their necks." "You're going to break his little neck! You are so mean to kids!" another user complained.
That said, there are several other videos and Instagram pictures featuring the baby, resulting in young Grayson gaining over 100,000 fans on the platform. In one of the posts, Jensen is seen using the little tot as a weight to do leg lifts. She captioned the video saying, "Never skip leg day."
According to reports, the TikTok app has over 500 million global users since its launch in China in 2016.