who’s Antoine Daniel, the streamer who insulted Emmanuel Macron?
After posting a message of congratulations to the “ZEvent” streamers, who collected greater than 10 million euros, the President of the Republic was copiously insulted by one among them, Antoine Daniel. That is’a 33-year-old former French videographer, turned streamerbroadly adopted on the YouTube (2.88 million subscribers) and Twitch (871,000 subscribers) platforms the place he shares his ardour for video video games and particularly role-playing video games.
Antoine Daniel made a reputation for himself due to his humorous present “What’s the Cup!?“, which he animated on YouTube between 2012 and 2015. The idea: to touch upon and analyze viral movies on the net. The videographer, nonetheless, determined to cease after a “enormous melancholy” and solely returned behind the screens in 2018, however this time on Twitch, the place he broadcasts his video games. He’s additionally current on Instagram, the place he repeatedly posts his drawings and has launched a comedy science fiction podcast, Vanilla Clyde.
Final weekend, Antoine Daniel participated in its fourth version of ZEventa streaming marathon organized for charity by his colleague ZeratoR. He had beforehand posted an inventory on Twitter of the actions he was dedicated to finishing up primarily based on the donations acquired. As a high quality draftsman, he proposed particularly “fan artwork” of individuals current on the occasion, particularly cosplayers, but in addition reside music with Bigflo.
Nevertheless, the general public will maybe retain much more his phrases concerning the President of the Republic, whom he notably insulted as “bastard”, throughout this version of ZEvent, after a broadly criticized intervention.
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