A Texas woman's rap video about the ups and downs of motherhood went viral after emerging on Facebook Nov. 2. Cali Daniels performed a G-rated parody of Cardi B's "Bodak Yellow," a hip-hop single that has gone on to earn staying power on the Billboard Hot 100.

Daniels, a resident of Denison, a small town located 70 miles north of Dallas, recorded the video as her three children were seated with her in a vehicle. Her kids bobbed their heads to the parody song as their mother rapped. Daniels detailed how she's comfortable telling her kids "no," how she sets a good example and the ways in which she pays for her children's way of life. 

"Little kids, you can't mess with me, if you wanted to. Where you started from, I am the bottom — I gave birth to you," Daniels said in the rap video. "Hit the store, you can't get 'em both. No, you gotta choose. And I'm quick...so don't get comfortable."

Daniels added, "I don't dance now, I make mommy moves. Say I ain't got no bands, I make mommy moves. If I don't see you when I speak, that means I tuned out on you. I'm the boss, you're more work, which I don't got time to do. They think they going to say no to me, let's find out and see. Bet it gets done by the time that I start to count to three."

The video has earned more than 2 million views on YouTube. It has also attracted more than 10 million views and over 134,000 likes on Facebook. Commenters primarily provided Daniels with positive feedback on her rap, with many saying she should be featured on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."

"I like Cali Rae Daniels version BC she doesn't curse in it and it's real," one commenter wrote on Facebook. "I've seen the girl at work and she is a hard worker and from what social media shows, she is a great mother!"

Another commenter added, "Your kids are involved and you keep it PG! Not saying I'm against cussing cause I got the mouth of a sailor, but you do it for the kids. It's awesome!"

Some commenters defended Daniels' efforts after others criticized her performance.

"Why are people hating when someone is just trying to have fun with some lyrics? That's what’s wrong with the world today people can’t have fun anymore. Everyone’s always got to take something to heart," one commenter wrote.

Daniels has created and published parody, rap videos about motherhood on YouTube for one year. Her parodies include Kevin Gates' "Really Really" and Fetty Wap's "Trap Queen," among others.