The president addresses young people.
At the end of the week, Emmanuel Macron launched a challenge to yououtubers Mcfly & Carlito to produce one of their successful videos in order to encourage the French to respect the barrier gestures to stem the evolution of the Covid epidemic. 19.
The awareness clip has just been uploaded by the duo (see below).
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There is still a step to climb before fully meeting the challenge: exceed 10 million views.
If the fixed audience is reached, the duo will be able to come and shoot at the Élysée.
For the time being, 2.2 million views have been recorded.
Friday, the two accomplices followers of crazy challenges, and whose YouTube channel exceeds 6.2 million subscribers, released a video where we see the head of state questioning them.
The two YouTubers confided in their disbelief, explaining that they first received a phone call from the digital manager of the Elysee, thinking of a "
They were then recipients of Emmanuel Macron's video message.
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Despite the political dimension of the request, Mcfly & Carlito have announced to their community their choice to accept the challenge launched by Emmanuel Macron and plan, if this was reached, to submit the President of the Republic to a competition for 'anecdotes.
RDV SUNDAY 10AM TO FART THE SCORES
", wrote the two YouTubers.
In April 2020, they organized a charity day on YouTube - the "maradon" - which raised more than 400,000 euros in donations for French hospitals and nursing homes.
The "maradon" had received the support of the President of the Republic.
Thank you to all those who are committed to our frontline caregivers against Covid-19!
», Emmanuel Macron's account on YouTube commented.
This is not the first time the government has surrounded itself with influencers to convey messages.
Last October, Léna Situations and EnjoyPhoenix were invited to the Élysée to educate young people about the health crisis.