A blogger origionally from Colwyn Bay, North Wales has joined
the BBC Webteam.
The blogger signed a new deal of £100,000 per
year for 3 years.
Rhys Wynne, 22, from Colwyn Bay signed a three year contract with the BBC, to
blog exclusively for them.
Rhys has previuosly blogged for "The Art of Rhysisms" and "The
Gospel According to Rhys", the latter was featured on the BBC Radio Wales'
'Dream Come True'
In a press conference in his local pub, "The Pen-Y-Bryn". Rhys
commented on his decision.
"It's a dream come true", Rhys commented, "I've always wanted to
blog for a living, and now I've been given the opportunity. Feels like all these
years of hard work has paid off".
Rhys is the first blogger to blog exclusively for the BBC. He has
not commented on what he will be blogging about.
"Oh, the usual stuff" said the Welshman. "Just me,
and my nights out. Hopefully, with my fat 6 figure salary, I will
have a few more nights out, with many beautiful women.".
blogging exploits have already attracted the ire of tons of hot, fit
women, all wanting to get their end away with him.
"I'm a celebrity now!" Rhys says, happily. "I've even started
Luckily, he was talking about the popular fizzy drink.
Avril Fooelle, head of
the BBC's blogging department, says Rhys would be a fantastic
addition to the team.
"Rhys approaches blogging the same way
we'd all like to," she told the BBC News website.
"complete, balls-out, this is me and I don't give a shit. He's
been banned in China too, you know".
However, not all of Rhys' readers support the decision.
"He's sold out," said Sarah Waling, 23, ex-girlfriend of Rhys, blogger
at "Confuzzlement of a Sazzle", and full on lezza.
"He shouldn't be gallivanting around London's club scene blogging and
waking up to beautiful women. That should be me."
She's not the only one.
A blogger, known only as "Ally", from Liverpool, posted this on her
"Rhys has disappointed me, disappointed his nation, and
disappointed his mother for joining the BBC."
However others, such as Fern.....somethingorother, who lives in a land full of
convicts, supports his decision, saying "It was going to happen