Gay Hell, which is about 20 miles northwest of Ann Arbor, has been on sale for years. Daniel says he can not disclose how much he paid to be a mayor for two weeks as he is in the process of buying the city permanently.
In 2017, Daniel was also a Mayor of Hell and banned heterosexual people in town as a stunt.
This time it's not as much of a stunt as its way of making a statement. Daniel says the new purchase is "Getting my audience involved in politics by doing it in a funny way."
Daniel is from Michigan and says he always drove past the town growing up. He also grew up "very religious" and he was told a lot if you were gay you go to Hell, Daniel said.
So Daniel figured that Gay Hell would be perfect in a rural, religious area
"I'm just from Michigan and every time we drove past we he knew that town, oh that's Hell I just thought it would turn it into Gay Hell would be funny, "Daniel said of his decision to rename the city
The reaction was very mixed, Daniel admits, with some people loving it and
"It's been pretty good for my fans," Daniel explained. "A lot of upset Trump fans, but that's nothing new to me."
But Daniel is interested in keeping the city and hopes to make small changes. He says he hopes to make an annual festival to welcome more people to Gay Hell