Five Finger Death Punch singer Ivan Moody is taking a lot of heat lately for their performance at the Fort Rock Festival during which a 9-year-old girl ended up on stage during one of their songs.

It definitely didn't seem like the place that a little girl would want to spend her weekend. In fact she even looks a little scared while on stage.

The big issue here isn't that she was on stage though, it's the song that FFDP was singing while she was on stage that has got people in an uproar.

The song featured the lyrics "Burn, motherf***er, burn," which isn't out of the ordinary for a FFDP song, but people are still getting upset that Moody continued on with the lyrics and even tried to get the little girl to sing along.

The one person who was okay with the whole performance though was the girl's father, who told local news stations that the words weren't to obscene for his daughter, saying "It's a bad word, yeah. It's a word. That's all it is. It's a word . . . They're going to hear it at school. They're going to see it on TV, movies . . . It's everywhere. You're not going to get rid of cussing, swearing."

Of course this wasn't a planned stunt or anything, it just happened, and honestly if the girl's father had no problem with it, then people need to stop complaining.

Now I love Five Finger Death Punch and they make some kick-ass music, but I would NEVER take my young child to see them live in concert.

So what do you think? Was Moody out of line to continue singing the lyrics with a little girl on stage? Or should everybody back off the band since the girl's own father approved of her being there? Let us know in the comment section below!