Elijah Daniel Biography
Birthday: January 9, 1994 (Capricorn)
Born In: Detroit, Michigan, United States
Elijah Daniel is an American comedian, author and rapper, who has earned extensive acclaim for his parodies covering a wide range of subject-matters on popular social media platforms, especially YouTube and Twitter. His professional career took off when he started videos on YouTube. He featured in a Taco Bell commercial, speaking with a Cantina-intonation for promoting the ‘Cool Ranch Doritos Locos Tacos’. He also appeared in numerous other TV commercials and shows as well as movies, prominent amongst these being his appearance in the Korean rap group B.A.P.’s music video, “BADMAN”. Elijah generated widespread controversy when he officially petitioned the White House for making Miley Cyrus’s track, “Party in the USA” the US’s National Anthem. He took burlesquing to a new high when he helmed a weekly parody program on Twitter requesting his fans to text his lines on randomized phone numbers. A couple of years later, he publicly tweeted that he’d get inebriated to author an erotic novella titled, ‘Trump Temptations’ parodying Donald Trump, and also publish it on the same day. The erotica, ‘Trump Temptations: The Billionaire & the Bellboy’ was released on Amazon, a few hours following his announcement. The novella went viral on social media, garnered massive publicity on print media, receiving rave reviews on VICE, Los Angeles Times, and New York Daily News, and was adjudged a bestseller.