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Who is the Bill Clinton Kid?

In 2022, a kid (known as the Bill Clinton kid) went viral after crashing The Games Awards.

The Game Awards is an award show that honored the best video games in 2022.

It was hosted by Geoff Keighley and held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

During the show, the kid went to the stage and said that he nominated Bill Clinton and referred to him as “Reformed Orthodox Rabbi Bill Clinton“.

This took place after Elden Ring won the game of the year.

The director and some developers were on stage when the kid, took the microphone and began a 10-second speech.

Keighley signaled to the security team and they escorted Matan Even off the stage who was later arrested.

In this article, you’ll learn who is the Bill Clinton Kid, his name, his social media platforms, and his political views.

Who is the Bill Clinton kid?

The Bill Clinton Kid is Matan Even, who is a YouTuber (40k+ subscribers) and Twitter personality who exposed police brutality in the Hong Kong protests from 2019 to 2020.

In 2022, he went viral for crashing The Game Awards (after Elden Ring won Game of the Year).

When the Elden Ring developers got on stage, Matan sneakily got on stage with them.

After that, he took the microphone and said this, “Real quick, I want to thank everybody and say I think I want to nominate this award to my reformed orthodox rabbi Bill Clinton”.

Since then, Matan Even is known as the “Bill Clinton Kid”, not because he is Bill Clinton’s son, but because of the phrase that he said.

On his YouTube channel, he uploaded 56 episodes of civilians getting beaten by the police.

His channel, youtube.com/@mataneven34/ was created in 2019.

He joined Twitter at about the same time on March 2019.

He stopped uploading videos after the Hong Kong protests ended and posted a tweet talking about his hiatus.

His official Twitter profile is https://twitter.com/matanevenoff and he has over 40k followers.

After the stunt at the Games Awards, he tweeted this, “Today, there is a lot of talk and speculation. More information will be released on all fronts sooner than later”.

The tweet got over 5,000 likes and more than 900 retweets.

Apparently, the Game Awards stunt is not the only stunt he’s done before.

He previously advocated for human rights at a Clippers game, said “Free Hong Kong” to a Blizzard panel, and was on InfoWars for his views on Hong Kong.

InfoWars is a far-right conspiracy theory website founded by Alex Jones.

In 2019, he baited the NBA cam and flashed a “Fight for freedom, stand with Hong Kong” t-shirt.

On Twitter, @raykwong tweeted the clip and got over 28.4k likes.

On TikTok, he is known as Caprogg and RangoLizard and trolls others on their political views on various TikTok LIVEs.

Matan has done multiple stunts like the current one before, notably bringing a “Free Hong Kong” shirt while on the NBA fan cam.

He was raised through a Hebrew school and they have family in Israel.

According to his past stunts, it looks like Matan is advocating for human rights and condemning police brutality.

He frequently discusses politics outside of the United States like China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan but refrains from discussing right-wing politics.

This is evident from his interview on InfoWars where Matan refuses to share his views on it despite the host’s persuasion.

After the stunt in The Game Awards, Matan has been on multiple podcasts with NeonSniperPanda, Destiny, and others.

A couple of weeks later, he went viral again on TikTok for mocking adult content creators in a podcast for being illiterate.

Further reading

Who is Matan Even?

Who is the Kid that Crashed The Game Awards?

What Does Reformed Orthodox Rabbi Bill Clinton Mean?

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