What would Beauty and the Beast have been like if Belle had lived in 'the hood' rather than the South of France? Would it still be one of our favourite Disney classics?
Well, based on the response to this version, directed by American Idol's Todrick Hall, the answer is, yes.
The video features a cast of YouTube stars, including Hall's American Idol peers, Katie Stevens and Vonzell Solomon, as well as DeStorm, Antoine Dodson, GloZell and Miles Jai, who recreate the movie's opening scene.
The ghetto-fabulous Belle attracts a lot of attention from men - and trannies - while she skips around 'the hood' dressed in the traditional Disney costume. In a weave shop one woman even gives her a baby, parodying the bookstore owner letting Belle keep her favourite book.
Belle should probably be carrying her copy of Ebony magazine in a flourescent Paul's Boutique bag rather than a picnic basket.
"Isn't this a hood-mess, who would name their first born Blue Ivy?", she sings to an uninterested man sat by the fountain, rather than the sheep from the provincial movie setting.
The stereotypical video shows girls spinning skipping ropes in the street, men with their girlfriends asking for her 'digits' and a woman (GloZell) shouting abuse from the window of her car, yet still managing to perfectly parody the original.
Since its launch last week the video has already racked up 591,607 shares and almost 3 million views.