VIDEO: 10-Year-Old Makes Heartbreaking Plea to Lil Wayne

Little girl's song asks him to consider his lyrics' effect on women.

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A recently released video titled "Watoto From the Nile -- Letter to Lil Wayne" opens with three preteen girls explaining why the rapper's lyrics offend them, and then launches into a song in which the 10-year-old star questions why the rapper has made a career of degrading black women, and pleads with him to use his platform to deliver a more socially responsible message.

Memorable lines include:

Mr. Wayne, I must complain/about what you do and what you say

I’m a girl that's only ten/But for my sisters I must represent/How old are you? I hear you're 20-something ... I guess that means that you're a man

My daddy tells me I'm a queen/But you call women other things/It makes me mad/I can't pretend

The song gets disturbing/Please, Mr. Wayne, can you stop all the hurting?

I hear you got a little girl/Does she get the same referral?

I hope that we can work together/and help our people/that's what we need/one love/forget the greed

The criticism is constructive, too. "Watoto From the Nile" provides some examples of artists the rapper could consider emulating (Lauryn Hill, Jill Scott, Public Enemy, Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder, to name a few).