ZANDER Nation DJ David Alexander is taking etiquette lessons and has set up a swear box at his events after schoolchildren swore at his recent dance party. Earlier this week a video was posted online showing primary school girls chanting “here we f***ing go” at one of his discos.
Zander Nation DJ David Alexander has apologised and said he'll take an 'etiquette class' after a video emerged of primary school girls chanting "here we f***ing go" at one of his parties. THE DJ who led kids in a foul-mouthed chant at a party has set up a swear box – as the mum behind the event books him AGAIN. Zander Nation DJ David Alexander has apologised after a video emerged of primary school girls chanting “here we f***ing go” at a disco.
FORMER Scots X Factor contestant Caitlyn Vanbeck hit an incredible 64 million views in just four hours with an X Factor video about bullying. The Edinburgh born singer appeared on the reality show in 2016 and got through to the Judges Houses stage before being sent home. A clip of her first audition was posted up on the Facebook channel of X Factor Global just days ago . The video, ‘Be Careful Who You Bully: They Might Be The Next Big Star’, was viewed 64 million times in four hours.
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