Who is Alex Stein?
- Stein was present at a controversial Texas convention
- Stein is known to rap on controversial matters
- He briefly appeared on the 2012 show 'The Glass House'
Alex Stein, known for appearing at political events and making a scene, was a familiar face at a recent Texas convention. Multiple US lawmakers, including Representative Dan Crenshaw and Senator John Cornyn, were also present at this event.
Chaotic and borderline-violent scenes were reported from the convention, where multiple arrests were also made. Attendees directed unfriendly comments towards Crenshaw and booed him. Alex Stein was one of them.
Who is Alex Stein?
Alex Stein, 34, is a native and resident of Texas. He previously made headlines after performing a controversial rap at a North Texas City Council meeting. His rap song had phrases like "Vladimir Putin needs to die" and "Put a bullet in Putin's brain."
Stein went to Highland Park High School in Dallas, Texas. He lived in the same neighborhood at the time. Stein later explored YouTube and started producing his own content. He currently has more than 25,000 subscribers on his channel.
In addition to his controversial political appearances, Stein's claim to fame was a brief appearance on ABC's 2012 reality competition 'The Glass House'. Stein describes himself as a comedian and professional troll, media reports suggest.
Alex Stein has appeared at multiple political events across the United States and was given the spotlight due to his controversial comments. In a rap song, Stein built up on US Senator Lindsey Graham's apparent suggestion of assassinating Vladimir Putin.
Stein delivered a similar performance at the Dallas City Council in October 2021, only this time he was advocating for COVID-19 vaccines. The social media influencer approached the podium wearing face masks, medical scrubs and other protective gear and rapped. He also said that Anthony Fauci gave him the "ouchie", a reference to the needle jab.