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Meltdown on video as AZ boy learns he's getting another sister

(Source: YouTube / JukinVideo) (Source: YouTube / JukinVideo)
(Source: YouTube / JukinVideo) (Source: YouTube / JukinVideo)
QUEEN CREEK, AZ (CBS5) -

A Queen Creek family's video of their "big reveal" is going viral.

They're having a fourth child and got video of their three kids as they revealed whether it'll be a little brother or a little sister.

They sliced a cake and blue would mean boy, pink would mean girl.

Little Gunner took the honor of cutting the cake and found, to his dissatisfaction, it was pink.

"I don't want another girl," Gunner said in the home video.

Gunner's meltdown continues for about two minutes.

He already has two sisters and apparently didn't want a third.

The YouTube video which had about 80 views Friday morning had nearly 160,000 views by the afternoon.

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