Adorable kid, one who probably needs a little bit more guidance and protection.
She's clearly not hurting us and none of us need to pass judgement... *nobody* had to go look at her video.
What's even more concerning ~ she's a pretty girl and clearly compelling enough (in whatever way, positive or negative) to garner attention; by now I'm sure there's more than one basement dwelling psycho who now knows about her.
Art Bell summed it up pretty well: I can't find the quote but it basically went something like this: no matter what you say to a wide audience, not only is someone going to disagree with you, but also disagree with you violently. The thought of 4chan mulling her over ~ just damn scary. Maybe 99% of them are responsible enough but I'm sure there are some over there who would be REAL bad news and dangerous, if Boxxy ever encountered them.
The only difference between this girl's childhood and our own, is that we didn't broadcast some of the moments of our lives in the manner in which she did.
If anyone doesn't think they had a moment like that in their own childhood ~ maybe you were depressing instead of excitable, or geeky or nerdy or whatever... reflect back, and realise how this girl is no different from any of the rest of us.
My guess is that she'll grow up to be a calm intelligent adult, actually, with lots of confidence and extraversion which will make her quite successful. And I can only hope this stuff doesn't haunt her for years.
Good luck to ya Boxxy, and I hope your parents take away your internet access for a few years, for your own sake.