Toddler Smokes Weed On Vine Video And People React

It was bound to happen eventually. A disturbing Vine video has emerged, that has since been deleted, of a toddler smoking weed. No one knows who the current uploader is but someone decided it would be a great idea to force a toddler to hold and smoke a joint, and then upload it to the Vine app for all to see.

Although it’s not yet known who originally took the vide of the toddler smoking weed, hopefully hoards of people all over will unite to find the person responsible for this disturbing video. It already seems like some people are banding together to locate the original user who decided it would be a stellar idea to expose the toddler on Vine.

A Reddit user has started an investigation to detect where the origin of the Vine video came from. So far it looks like the community has made some progress in locating where the incident took place. Upon watching the video of the toddler smoking pot, a Reddit user immediately started to take action. Redditor Skidoorider21 explained in a post:

“After watching this I immediately downloaded the video, took screenshots and reported it to CPS in California as it is where the user is from. This is no environment for a child to be in. He needs a good parent not someone to hurt him or bring him down.”

The post that contained the Vine video noted that it wasn’t the original upload of the video, but in fact a repost. In the video of the toddler smoking pot, a person cackles in the background while shouting gleefully, “He’s smoking it! He’s smoking it!”

The Vine video exploded on various other networking sites like Twitter, and now the uploader is receiving backlash for reposting it. User NikoWavy took to Twitter to defend himself that he wasn’t the person that decided to film the video of the toddler on the toilet appearing to take a hit from the blunt.

This isn’t the first time a toddler has smoked pot. Back in 2013 New York teen parents were arrested when they forced their 23-month-old to smoke weed. According to a Buffalo News report, the toddler’s parents and grandfather “helped” the toddler smoke from a lit bowl.

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