Cebu DJ Refuses to Play Rude Korean Partier’s Playlist – and His Bad Breath Doesn’t Help His Case
In the glamorous world of nightlife, there are few things more frustrating for a partygoer than when a DJ refuses to play their favorite songs. Such was the case for a wealthy Korean attendee at a club in Mandaue, Cebu, who demanded a list of songs scribbled on a tissue. But when the Cebu DJ noticed the songs were misspelled and politely declined to play them, the attendee’s temper flared.
The Korean partygoer began to yell in front of the DJ booth, shouting insults and threats at the club staff. “I can buy you and this entire club if you don’t play!” he bellowed in broken English, while the bouncer struggled to maintain order.
But the DJ, who had seen it all before, refused to be intimidated. He calmly explained that the songs were misspelled and that he couldn’t understand and play them. The Korean continued to rant, his bad breath making matters worse, but eventually stormed out of the bar with his entourage in tow.
The incident left a sour taste in everyone’s mouth, but it serves as a reminder that there should always be a certain level of respect between attendees and club staff. No matter how much money you have or how flashy your suit, treating people with kindness and dignity is always the best policy.
This story is not just about a rude partygoer, but about the larger issue of the relationship between club staff and attendees. It’s all too easy for partygoers to feel entitled and treat staff members poorly, but ultimately, we are all just people trying to have a good time.
As editor of Midnight Rebels, I believe that stories like this serve as important cautionary tales, reminding us that there is always room for civility and respect, no matter how wild the party gets. It’s the little moments of kindness that can make a big difference in creating a fun and enjoyable atmosphere for everyone involved.
So let us all remember to treat each other with kindness and respect, and maybe double-check our song requests before we hand them over to the DJ. After all, misspelling a song title is never a good look.
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