Here’s a list of media coverage I received in 2013.
Excerpt: “‘Born This Way is such a positive song,” Yankovic said in a interview with social justice activist and YouTube user Jeff 4 Justice.
Excerpt: Here we have a YouTuber who calls himself Jeff 4 Justice who has recently focused his camera lens on the Young Turks and their recent Indiegogo campaign.
Excerpt: Online talk show personality and award-winning social justice activist Jeff 4 Justice spoke with “Weird Al” Yankovic about the legendary singer-satirist’s decision to donate proceeds from sales of ‘Perform This Way,’ his Lady Gaga parody, to the Human Rights Campaign (HRC).
Excerpt: Jeff 4 Justice spoke with “Weird Al” Yankovic about the legendary singer-satirist’s decision to donate proceeds from sales of “Perform This Way,” his Lady Gaga parody, to the Human Rights Campaign (HRC).
Excerpt: “Weird Al” Yankovic talked to online talk show personality and award winning social justice activist, Jeff 4 Justice about why he donated money from his Lady Gaga “Perform This Way” parody to HRC, his support for marriage equality, and why he’s not good at gay matchmaking.
Excerpt: At a signing for Weird Al Yankovic’s new book My Teacher and Me, podcaster Jeff for Justice talked to the legendary parody singer about his Lady Gaga spoof single “Perform This Way” and why he decided to donate all proceeds of the song to the Human Rights Campaign.
Al was cornered at a book signing by YouTuber (and frequent Queerty commenter) Jeff4 Justice, and peppered with questions about gays, intellectual property and dating.
During a recent signing for his new book “My New Teacher and Me!,” Yankovic told talk show Jeff 4 Justice that the money he made from the track will go to the HRC.
Salon.com shares my Weird Al Yankovic interview vid.
Excerpt: I felt that donating to the HRC [Human Rights Campaign] that would show that it was all in good fun,” Yankovic told YouTube user Jeff4Justice.
Excerpt: A YouTube blogger who goes by the name Jeff 4 Justice wanted to document the experiences of homeless people forced to live in their vehicles, and he didn’t have to go far to find them.
Excerpt: Jeff’s life on the road began in 2011. His interviewees have run the gamut: elected officials, celebrities, Nobel Peace Prize winners, and just about anyone else who’ll talk to him about the social justice issues he champions.
Excerpt: Jeff 4 Justice, who attended the rally at West Hollywood, asked former Solicitor General and Prop 8 co-lead attorney Ted Olson about his decision to help Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan, who is opposed to LGBT equality, prepare for the Vice Presidential debate.
Excerpt: Jeff 4 Justice snagged actress Roma Downey & and TV producer husband Mark Burnett about their highly watched miniseries “God.”