Welcome to Gay Hell, Michigan.
This is the comic and internet personality message, Iliya Daniel, who "bought" the small unincorporated community of Ada, Michigan and renamed it as a protest against President Donald Trump this week. 19659002] The city is about 15 miles northwest of Ann Arbor and is believed to have a population of about 70 people.
Danail has forbidden people with rights to enter Livingston County when he used the city mayor for one day. "Promotion in 2017.
So Gay Gay, Michigan is here to stay forever? Probably not
He seems to take advantage of his community contacts to temporarily buy and rename the city for some" hellish humor "
The latest Michigan native cascade is not meant to be taken seriously in the long run, says city authorities, but with media organizations around the world who note Daniel's message is heard loud and clear. I take my audience into politics by doing funny ways, "he told CNN. "I'm from Michigan, and every time we passed by, we knew this town, oh, the hell would be funny."
Daniel, whose biography at Twitter now writes "owner of Gay Hell, MI" , says he celebrates the "Annual Month" and protests against the ban on the Trump administration for embassies flying the pride flag, and the administration has forbidden the embassy to fly to
so today I am the owner of Ada, Michigan. I bought the whole city.
And my first act as owner, I have renamed my town to Gay Hell, MI. The only flags that are allowed to fly are pride. The prides of pride are the only flags allowed in gay hell, Daniel jokes. pic.twitter.com/AKOcZm2Jvm
At least until the city returns to normal. Daniel holds Ada, Michigan for 72 hours, according to city authorities. Meanwhile, tourism seems to be increasing.
This will lead to a real eruption in tourism. People will come in days, even weeks. by engaging his followers, he told NBC News.
He also wants to inspire people to visit Michigan, he said.