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Video footage of New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner unknowingly dancing along to a song with apparent anti-gay lyrics is making the blogosphere rounds.
The clip, which was reportedly filmed at Brooklyn's West Indian American Day Parade, shows Weiner dancing to Capleton's "Bumbo Red," which is about murdering gays and lesbians, according to Complex's Foster Kamer.
In addition to the video footage, Kamer provides some of the song's lyrics. One verse apparently reads as follows: "Lick a shot inna a battyman head/Lick a shot inna a lesbian head! All sodomite dem fi dead/All lesbian dem fi dead."
The video footage has also since appeared on Gawker.
In earlier footage of the event, Weiner can be heard adopting a fake Caribbean accent as he addresses the crowd.
"Anybody here from Jamaica?" Weiner can be heard yelling in that clip, which was filmed by The Daily News' Jennifer Fermino. "Anybody here from Barbados? Anybody here from Guyana?" And then, abandoning the accent, "Anybody here from Staten Island?"
Meanwhile, Weiner has been a vocal supporter of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. “Homophobia is vile and destructive and something I have fought against for the entirety of my career, including being a vocal supporter of gay marriage since 1998 and standing up on the floor of Congress for transgender Americans,” he proclaimed in a statement after a voter referred to opponent Christine Quinn, who is openly gay, as "a dyke," Politico reports.