Alex Williamson: 5 Issues On Australian Comic Who’s Mocking BTS & The Band’s Military


The BTS Military is livid with Australian comic Alex Williamson, after he dissed the band and mentioned the group’s followers should have a ‘lack of training’.

There’s a full-on Twitter conflict occurring between BTS‘ followers and Australian comic Alex Williamson. And issues have gotten so dangerous that The BTS Military has already began a pattern, calling for the cancellation of Alex. It began when an Australian TV information section poked enjoyable on the boy band, and followers began accusing the popular culture present, 20 to One, of being “racist” in direction of BTS. Alex then shared the video, together with the fan’s accusation, and mentioned, “Shut the f*** up c*** it ain’t racist they only don’t give a f*** about boy bands who’re designed solely to extract $ from the hip pocket of 14yo’s. I’ll all the time revel within the real abilities of South Korean professors similar to Cheon Jinwoo. F*** these c***z.”

Then, followers began attacking Alex, so he tweeted, “Learn my tweets deads***, profitable Asian males & ladies doing one thing genuinely essential within the subject of science & medication impress me, and folks of all cultures for that matter. Simply clearly not boybands. You c***s solely get an increase out of them as a consequence of your lack of training.” Then, he added, “After cautious consideration I’m hereby nominating myself to be the eighth member of BTS, thankyou to your unwavering help. I’ll make you c***s proud with my generic vocals xoxox good evening.”

So not solely did Alex say that BTS’s followers have to be uneducated, however he additionally mentioned the band has “generic vocals.” Clearly, he didn’t know who he was messing with, as a result of the band’s followers acquired so riled up that they began a worldwide pattern over their on-line battle with the comic (#FireAlexWilliamson). Need to know extra about Alex? See what we found, under.

1. Alex Williamson was born on August 4, 1988, in Adelaide, South Australia to his dad and mom: father Paul Williamson and mom, Sharon Cahill.

2. Since he was 18, Alex has been performing stand-up comedy in Australia. In 2009, he was additionally a state finalist in Triple J’s Uncooked Comedy Award, based on Celebs Closet.

3. He at the moment has 482,000 followers on Instagram.

4. He’s interviewed well-known AFL gamers similar to Tom Scully, Jack Trengove, Kurt Tippett, Andrew Embley, and David Motlop.

5. It’s not clear whether or not or not Alex is relationship anybody, however he does typically publish movies with humorous “intercourse pranks” on Instagram.

HollywoodLife has reached out to Alex’s rep for remark, however didn’t but obtain a response.