news culture ZEvent 2022: “It puts the pressure off”, Antoine Daniel reacts after his rant at Emmanuel Macron
During the last evening of ZEvent, the charity event organized by Zerator, Emmanuel Macron wanted to thank the streamers for their investment in ecology. A message that went wrong for some participants like Antoine Daniel who wanted to come back to his rant.
- ZEvent 2022: Emmanuel Macron insulted during the charity event
- “It puts the pressure on”
ZEvent 2022: Emmanuel Macron insulted during the charity event
Video game and gaming enthusiasts probably did not miss the event that took place this weekend: ZEvent 2022, an annual charity meeting organized by Adrien “Zerator“Nougaret and Alexander”Dash“Dachary, has raised more than 10 million euros. A sum which will be divided equally between four associations whose missions revolve around ecology: Sea Shepherd, LPO, WWF, TheSeaCleaners. More precisely, these are which were 10,182,126 euros collected : a record in the history of ZEvent, built thanks to a final sprint particularly effective on Sundays.
In addition, it was shortly before the conclusion of the event that President Emmanuel Macron decided to publish a two-minute video on this subject. During the first minute, he congratulates the streamers for their mobilization and for “limit emissions and respond to these climate disruptions that are already there“. Statements that go wrong with several participants of the event who insulted him directly as Right angle.
“It puts the pressure on”
This is also the case by Antoine Danielcontent creator who became popular after directing the series What the Cut. It is he who posts the most virulent remarks, which have not gone unnoticed and have been the subject of what some consider to be a media frenzy. An overmediatization to which he reacted live on the set of Popcorn, the program presented by Domingo who talks for two hours about Twitch news:
It puts the pressure on, we’re not going to lie to each other, I didn’t think it would be that bad. In any case, I want to say it, I don’t regret what I said that evening, including the tone in which I said it. I think it was an outlet for a lot of people.
It is clear that many people have joined the words of Antoine Daniel and Angle Droit: evidenced by the emergence of a hashtag #soutienAngleAntoine on Twitter since last night.