Obama reads Chicagoan’s ‘mean tweet’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’

SHARE Obama reads Chicagoan’s ‘mean tweet’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’
SHARE Obama reads Chicagoan’s ‘mean tweet’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’

President Obama joined Jimmy Kimmel last night for a guest appearance on the comedian’s late-night talkfest.

Obama ultimately participated in a segment of celebrity“Mean Tweets,” reading real tweets about him from around the globe.

The tweet was originally published back in September.

A 30 rack of coors light is $23 now at Sun Stop. Thanks, Obama. — Eric Matthews (@CampaignRPoz) September 21, 2014

One such tweet (at the 1:04 mark), came from Chicagoan Eric Matthews (now a college student inArizona ) who tweeted he was at the Chicago Blackhawks game Thursday night in Arizona when it all came down:

According to TMZ.com Matthews ended getting free beer today because of the tweet:

He headed down to his favorite Sun Stop to celebrate, mentioned the tweet to the cashier, who rewarded him with a free case of Keystone and a bottle of Baccardi.

And Matthews tweeted this earlier today:

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