A two-and-a-half minute video featuring a teenaged girl rapping against gay rights has gone viral on YouTube.

In the video, released over 8 months ago and titled Rated T for Tolerance, a young girl uses rhymes to condemn gay men and lesbians.

“Don't propagate your hate because I have a higher standard on who you date / I'm not here to rally against what the government legislates / I simply don't support a mind that is reprobate / Homosexuality is not innate / It is not a genetic trait / Cannot replicate the love between a man and a woman in which God did indeed create,” she raps.

Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian of The Young Turks called the video, which has been viewed more than 216,000 times, one of the “most ridiculous anti-gay 'raps' ever.”

“The whole video I was trying to figure out if she was a lesbian,” said Uygur. “At one point she's talking about how homosexuality is intoxicating. I was like, 'Oh, is that right?'”

“She says, 'Bake in the lake of fire for love's sake,'” Kasparian noted.

“Who are you talking to? You talking to us, or are you talking to yourself?” Uygur rhetorically asked. “And I got it, you can make things rhyme with eight, ok.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

According to Kathy Baldock of Canyon Walker Connections, an LGBT-supportive Christian organization, the young girl featured in the video is Jessica Kanani.