Why Sparta Remixes Should Be Banned From Youtube


Why Sparta Remixes Should Be Banned From Youtube

Why Sparta Remixes Should Be Banned From Youtube

Sparta remixes, the popular meme since 2007 have been making parents mad because of their inappropriate videos. One Parent said that sparta remixes are made by people to rotten your brains. We interviewed her and here's what she said. " My Son loves sparta remixes but I don't. They are bad for kids. I banned my kid from his tablet so he doesn't watch those demonic videos." When asked about advice from the Parent she said " Make sure your kids don't watch sparta remixes, they are evil and they are bad for kids, if you see a sparta remix on YouTube, make sure to report it to YouTube. They are ruining kids everywhere and must be stopped." The Parent has emailed YouTube to delete all sparta remixes but hasn't gotten an answer from anyone. This is Taylor Butch from BBC News signing off.

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