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NEW YORK -
Video of a Brooklyn girl named Naima becoming frustrated by the sun's disappearance is spreading across the Internet.
Naima is the daughter of Ebony magazine senior editor Jamilah Lemieux.
In the video, the 3-year-old girl is not at all happy that the sun is gone, but her mother explains to her that it was the moon's turn to come out.
"I want (the sun) to come back," Naima saysin the video.
Off camera, her mother tells her, "He'll come back tomorrow."
"No! It's a girl," Naima says.
"OK. She'll come back tomorrow," Lemieux says. She explains to Naima that it was the moon's turn to come out and that she had to share the moon and the sun with other children around the world.
"No! I don't want to share the sun," Naima says.
"It was still daylight, and by the time we got out, it was dark, and (Naima) commented on it. She was very upset for some reason on this particular day," Lemieux told ABC News.
Lemieux shared an update to the video on Saturday:
Watch the original video below: