Disneyland Now Has ‘Nick’ – A Fairy Godmother’s Apprentice – Watch

A recent video went viral on social media showing a male Disney employee dressed in a dress and makeup while working at the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique at Disneyland. The employee, named Nick, was identified as a Fairy Godmother’s Apprentice.

Disneyland came under fire after the video was published revealing a cross-dressing male—Nick— wearing a mustache, blue eyeshadow, and a dress while greeting children outside the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique.

A TikTok video went viral with over 7 million views, outraging parents criticizing the park for pushing its woke, radical, “inclusive” propaganda on little kids by opting for a man to play the part of a fairy “godmother.” 

“So, my name is Nick; I am one of the fairy godmother’s apprentices,” he is heard saying in the video. “I’m here to shop you around and make all your selections for the day.”

Conservative Dave Rubin said, “This fella will be hired by the Biden to run out nuke program by the end of the day…This is a dude with a mustache in a dress. Not a “trans” person. Think how many real girls want that job at Disney, and they gave it to him for a reason.”

“A man in drag is not only bizarre and inappropriate, but it takes guests out of the ‘show’ – the illusion is broken. Nothing matters, but the agenda and your four yo is a pawn they are happy to mindflay,” said conservative writer Peachy Keenan. 

“This is disgusting and wrong,” longtime lawyer for former President Trump Jenna Ellis said. “I remember when the ‘Disney Look’ didn’t even let women wear certain nail polish colors. Now THIS?!”

The woke corporation has pushed for its parks to be more “inclusive” and “gender-neutral,” Disney announced that it was ditching its term “Fairy Godmothers in Training” and instead be called “Fairy Godmother’s Apprentices.”

“This way, cast members that might not identify as female can still be part of the process to dress up & style the children without having to refer to themselves as a female Disney character,” Disney said in a statement last year.