Flag Willing Willie/kid macho dancing videos as Inappropriate

We urge you to please log on or register to YouTube to help pull all ‘Willing Willie/Jan-Jan’ videos down (links below) by flagging them as Inappropriate.

Youtube will remove these videos if they receive a good number of “flags”.

Here are some links circulating below. Click them below

Dislike and Report This Video as Inappropriate (child abuse)

Dislike and Report This Video as Inappropriate (child abuse)

Dislike and Report This Video as Inappropriate (child abuse)

Dislike and Report This Video as Inappropriate (child abuse)

Dislike and Report This Video as Inappropriate (child abuse)

Dislike and Report This Video as Inappropriate (child abuse)

Dislike and Report This Video as Inappropriate (child abuse)

Dislike and Report This Video as Inappropriate (child abuse)

Dislike and Report This Video as Inappropriate (child abuse)

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