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Watch: Scot Chambers Turn Celebrity Into Charity

Culture / Entertainment / Featured / Videos / Virgin Islands / February 16, 2018

Scot Chambers was made popular by a video The Virgin Islands Consortium posted that showed Mr. Chambers, a lineman, dancing with a woman in the middle of Frederiksted moments after J’ouvert Morning. Mr. Chambers became an instant celebrity complete with the “Fete Like Scot” hashtag. Seemingly Virgin Islanders from all walks of life wanted to snap a picture with the star, or wear one of his t-shirts with the Fete Like Scot brand.

So, what should a white guy, who only landed on St. Croix months earlier, do with his newfound glory? Open a nonprofit to help local organizations.

On Sunday, the Fete Like Scot organization donated a check of $1,750 to Positive Guidance Youth Club, which was established in 2008 and offers after-school and summer programming for children ages six to 18. Watch.

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