Dad Shames Daughter’s Bullies on YouTube After Disturbing Confrontation With Their Father

dad youtube bulliesAs moms, we all recognize that -- for better or worse -- our kids often turn out to be little "mini me"s.

Unfortunately for Minnesota dad Brad Knudson, the set of twins who have been bullying his adopted African American daughter via social media are merely emulating the outrageous behavior of their racist father, Deron Puro. You won't believe this disturbing story of the apple not falling too far from the tree.

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After learning that the sisters, freshmen at Prior Lake High School, had been sending his daughter Snapchats (video messages that disappear after viewing) calling her a "slut," "a nigger," and a "fat ass bitch," Knudson reached out to the twins' parents, hoping to put a stop to their racist and bullying behavior. 

But rather than an apology and a promise that it would never happen again, the upset dad received shocking voicemails that prove where the girls got their filthy mouths.

“Yeah, Brad, tides have turned, huh? I guess you're [a] nigger lover. Call me back,” Puro says in a voicemail message he apparently left for Knudson.

In a subsequent message, the deranged dad goes so far as to call Knudson "a fag."

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Of course, Knudson was horrified, as any normal parent would be, to hear Puro defending his daughters and then bullying him! Shocked, but not at a loss for words, the heartbroken father turned to YouTube to expose this family for the hate-mongering bullies they are. 

Knudson explains:

I just had to get this off my chest, I just don't know what to do, other than say I love my daughter and I don't want her committing suicide because of this.

We hope that somewhere along the way, Puro gets the message that he's not only doing a poor job of raising his kids, he needs to make some serious changes in his own character! If anyone should be made to feel shame via social media, he seems like the perfect target. 

Do you think the bullied dad did the right thing by exposing this family on YouTube?

 

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