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X Factor: Tabloids Bully Danyl Johnson Over Stacey Solomon’s Son

by | 27th, October 2009

danyl-johnson-cryingONE day on from news that Simon Cowell is to investigate stories that X Factor’s ‘Bronze Age Will Young’ Danyl Johnson has been mean to Stacey Solomon, the Star screams:



“Stacey a sobbing wreck over Danyl’s jibes”

As we’ve said, Stacey should thank Danyl for connecting her with her tears. If she can mime and dry hump a microphone, Stacey may yet becomes a pop sensation in the mould of a Cheryl Cole or Dannii Minogue.

That for later. For now, the Star wants readers to know that Danyl is a bully:

Insiders say Stacey, 20, is already “in bits” at being separated from her 18-month-old son Zach. And she has been stung by hurtful stories that she is a bad mum for leaving the tot at home. She told the other finalists not to show her any newspapers but Danyl has deliberately ignored her pleas. He has been thrusting articles in her face and reading them out in a loud voice, leaving Stacey in tears.

Good of the caring Star to repeat those hurtful, tear-pricking stories that Stacey is a bad mum. And hang on a moment. It’s what’s being said by the press that’s upsetting Stacey. Danyl is merely the messenger. If the bully is anyone it is a section of the media:

“She got terribly upset when people had a go at her for being away from her son and saying she should be ‘a proper mum’. Then Zach’s dad told a mag that Stacey had been making out she was looking after Zach on her own and didn’t give him any credit. Plus stories about her sex life have been doing the rounds. She hates it. It makes her cry.”

So it has nothing to do with Danyl Johnson, then. Still, let’s give the wannabe a good kicking anyhow.

Two weeks ago girl band Kandy Rain revealed that he had been cruel to them. Their mentor Louis Walsh, 57, said: “The girls rang me crying. Danyl was slagging them off, telling them they were never going to win. He really bullied them. Danyl is vile.”

Is Danyl more or less vile than Cheryl Cole and Dannii Minogue, who in a bout of tag-team bitchiness all but called the former lap-dancers slappers, only for Cheryl to then ape their style as she pretended to give full throat to “There’s always a place in me that you can call home” while dressed as a kinky tin soldier?

The Star then adds:

Danyl’s fall from grace has been attributed to several factors. Viewers are starting to find him smug, false and arrogant.

Well, if they read the not-in-the-least-bit-bullying Daily Star they might…

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