Donald Trump Jr has joined the celebrity video app Cameo to spread his MAGA gospel, but it costs a pretty penny for a personalized video message.
For just $500, Cameo customers can get a custom video from the former president’s son, ranging from anything to wishing someone a happy birthday to requesting a rousing MAGA music video and almost everything in between.
After his father was banned from Twitter, Don Jr seems to be picking up the MAGA mantle and using the Cameo app to further his family’s political agenda.
“Guys, Donald Trump Jr here, very excited about Cameo, I look forward to communicating with you,” the 43-year-old said in a short recorded introduction.
Donald Trump Jr joined the celebrity video app Cameo to spread his MAGA gospel, but it costs a pretty penny for a personalized video message. He is featured in a video promoting his page pagina
The former president’s oldest child, the executive vice president of the Trump Organization, described himself as a “father, patriot, outdoorsman, political commentator and No. 1 NYT bestselling author” on his Cameo app profile.
Don Jr’s cameo profile appears to be another platform for the Trump family to spread the MAGA gospel after his father was banned from Twitter following the deadly riots in the US Capitol in January.
His presence on the Cameo app also has a charitable purpose, according to his profile’s introductory video.
Don Jr’s Cameo presence appears to be picking up the MAGA mantle on social media after his father, former President Donald Trump, was banned from Twitter in January for helping instigate the deadly U.S. Capitol uprising
Celeb Cameo Rates:
Jon Taffer: $150 per video
Floyd Mayweather Jr: $999 per video
Carol Baskin: $299 per video
Flavor Flavor: $250 per video
Kareem Abdul-Jabaar: $500 per video
Elijah Wood: $225 per video
Alice Cooper: $300 per video
David Hasselhoff: $300 per video
(All numbers via Men’s Health)
“I’m also really looking forward to helping my friend, Benghazi survivor Mark Geist, raise money for his incredible charity project The Shadow Warriors.”
Getting K-9s into the hands of vets who need them. I look forward to doing all that and speaking with you soon. It’s good to be here.’
As of Wednesday, his Cameo profile had a perfect five-star rating based on 19 reviews, with 411 members of his Cameo “fan club.”
‘Wow!!! Thank you very much Donald Trump Jr. for the fantastic personal video message to my husband. I also want to thank you and your family for all you do for the American people. God bless the Trump family!!!’ a five-star reviewer commented.
‘We appreciate it! We’ve made some Make Fishing Great Again hats. We’d love to get one for you. Lmk where 2 send (Hidden by Cameo) Erik met you on a hunting trip a while ago,” commented another happy Cameo patron.
While Don Jr’s $500 price tag may seem hefty to some, it’s a steal compared to Floyd Mayweather Jr’s Cameo prices, which set customers back a whopping $999 for a personalized message from the retired undefeated boxer, according to Men’s health.
For those looking for cheaper alternatives, a personalized Cameo video from rapper Flavor Flav costs just $250 and $300 for actor David Hasselhoff.
Don Jr’s Cameo profile shows a perfect five-star rating based on 19 reviews, alongside a “fan club” of 410 people, according to the app
Patrons of Don Jr’s Cameo Page Can Provide Former President’s Son With Custom Script No More Than 250 Characters
But for bargain-minded Cameo customers determined to hear from the former president’s son, Don Jr also offers direct messages for $19.99, according to his profile.
The Trumps have a contentious relationship with social media and similar applications, with the former president being banned from his favorite platform after Twitter banned him in January to “reduce the risk of further incitement to violence,” the social media app said. .
Trump Sr. will remain banned from the Twitter app as of the publishing date of this article.
The Cameo app was launched in 2017 with the intention of allowing fans to purchase personalized video messages from their favorite celebrities and athletes.
Users of the app supply a script to the Cameo celebrity of their choice (no more than 250 characters per video) and receive the custom clip shortly after.
The app, which charges a fee of 0.25 cents per video, raised $100 million last year alone.