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DJ slammed for playing ‘f–ked up’ song for prom queen in wheelchair

A TikTok of a promenade king and queen’s profitable dance goes viral for all of the fallacious causes.

The clip — which was taken at a 2017 Texas senior promenade and uploaded by person Celeste Orozco on Thursday — already has 16 million views — captured the second the DJ performed Ed Sheeran’s “Pondering Out Loud” for the chosen royalty.

“When your legs don’t work like they used to earlier than,” Sheeran sings in the song’s opening line.

However prom-goers audibly cringed on the 2014 smash hit’s lyric as promenade queen Sarah Mendenhall sat in the course of the dance ground — in a wheelchair.

“This could hang-out me the remainder of my life if I had been the DJ,” Orozco wrote on prime of the scene, which has over 2.8 million likes and 44,900 feedback.

“The DJ knew precisely what he was doing,” one person wrote, with one other weighing in, “That’s f–ked up bro.”

“He mentioned ‘maintain up I received the right tune,’” one other joked.

“The DJ was slipped a $20 to play that by the woman who got here in second place,” one other guessed.

“THERES NO WAY,” one mentioned.

“Personally would’ve walked out,” one other acknowledged.

“Im a marriage DJ.. ouch,” one person admitted. “We are able to’t know each lyric to each tune however rattling.”

“I FORGOT THE SONG BEGAN LIKE THIS,” one commenter, who one other claimed was the DJ within the video, mentioned.

The DJ performed “Pondering Out Loud” for the royalty’s dance, with the opening line “When your legs don’t work like they used to earlier than.”
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Prom queen in wheelchair TikTok
Though the Ed Sheeran hit is a well-liked alternative at dances and weddings, it was an unlucky alternative for this particular event.
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“I’d have been so embarrassed and simply cried and left. I’m hoping this didn’t destroy her evening,” one other person sympathized.

Fortunately, that wasn’t the case.

“Hey everybody so that is me lol,” Mendenhall wrote. “I discovered it actually humorous and ironic. I didn’t know what was taking part in till approach after trigger I used to be tryna ✨dance✨.”

Prom queen in wheelchair TikTok
The group audibly disapproved of the DJ’s tune choice.
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“Had an amazing promenade evening and a superb snicker about it the subsequent day,” Orozco responded, telling customers Mendenhall “was her finest good friend” and including, “Please cease with the hate.”

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