‘My 4-year-old is a Teenager’: Little Girl’s Response to a Boy Who Catcalled Her Goes Viral

“That’s not how you get a girl,” a four-year-old stressed in her viral video response to the boy who catcalled her while she was relaxing at a track.

On Twitter, her mother Velinda Silva uploaded the clip which the little one recorded herself after what happened.

“My four-year-old is literally a teenager,” she captioned the video; which already has more than 67,000 retweets, over 231,000 favorites, and nearly 3.5 million views, as of writing.

https://twitter.com/velindasilva/status/1278406391196155906

Beginning to tell her story, the young girl shared that she was just relaxing at a track when a boy tried to caught her attention in a way that displeased her.

“So, we were at the track and I was just relaxing and a boy was trying to get me over there and said, ‘Ca-caw! ca-caw!’ That’s not how you get a girl to get over there. You have to use the manners,” she said.

“And he was saying, ‘Meow, meow, meow, meow!'” she continues. “Why would you do that to a girl? You don’t call girls over like that. Okay, guys? Whoever I’m talking to, I don’t care. I don’t care who I’m talking to. And if I don’t know you, if it’s Janice or my teacher, it will be fine. But if it’s a stranger, I’m gonna stop.”

A lot of social media users found her words relatable, saying the little one really has a point when she lectured all the boys out there on the proper way of getting a woman’s attention. One of them told the mother that her kid will surely be a strong woman when she grows old–thanks to her, of course.

“Your daughter will be a strong woman, and strong women will always scare/distress/worry *BOYS*. BOYS is the keyword here, *NOT MEN*. My dad raised two girls and always said, ‘I’m not worried about my daughters, you should worry about your sons.’ We need more moms like you!” @x_shug tweeted.