BRYAN – Disney’s animated movie ‘Frozen’ produced one of the hottest songs on the charts. Most people who hear “Let It Go” can’t let go of the urge to sing along, even rough and tough Marines.
Bill Nuche, who graduated from Bryan High School in 2007, recently joined the Marine Corps. But it didn’t take long for him to catch the attention of commanding officers.
Tuesday night, Nuche posted video on his Facebook page of his fellow Marines singing “Let It Go” while watching ‘Frozen.’ They really got into it. At one point, the Marines even cheered and put up “spirit fingers.”
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The video quickly went viral (more than 275,000 shares as of when this article was posted).
Thursday morning. Nuche posted " I did not (know) that my video would get this popular. Yep the colonel will probably be puttin us on lockdown anyway now."
He was right. It didn’t take long for higher ups to take note.
"One of our NCOs came to inspect the barracks," Nuche commented on Facebook. "Apparently a Facebook friend of his shared my video. He requested I take it down. So I shall. But it's already out there. There is no stopping it now, mwah ha ha!"
Nuche took the video off his page as his commanding officer ordered. But once a Facebook post has been shared just one time, it can never been taken back.
The video is now military and music history.
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