Inoxtag and Billy redo the credits of a cult anime during the show Zen, Netflix in ambush!

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Monday, on the occasion of their bimonthly evening, the presenters of the program Zen Maxime Biaggi and Grimkujow wanted to honor Inoxtag. Invited Monday evening, the Youtuber found himself in the role of Luffy in the Straw Hat.

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  • Inoxtag, big fan of One Piece
  • One Piece: We Are and Blackbeard embodied by French streaming

Inoxtag, big fan of One Piece

Twice a month on Monday evenings since September, content creator Maxime Biaggi presents the show Zen : a bi-monthly comedy show which he presents alongside Grimkujow and which regularly receives guests. The rapper Bigflo, amateur of the Twitch scene and present at ZEvent, complied with it as well as Terracid or even Cortex and Cyprien to bury the hatchet 10 years after their clash. For this week’s show, Youtuber Inoxtag was invited from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on set.

The Youtubeur, at 5.81 million subscribers, answered several questions during an interview. His presence has especially generated several rather cult sequences in connection with the manga One Piece, manga of which he is a fan. Evidenced by his profile picture on Twitter representing Luffy but also the pose he took during the Eleven All-Stars game : before entering the field, he reproduced the pose Gear 2 of the Straw Hat during his fight against Rob Lucci at Enies Lobbies.

One Piece: We Are and Blackbeard embodied by French streaming

A program Zen therefore under the sign of piracy and the sprawling work of Eiichiro Oda. The members present on Monday evening even replayed their own version of the first credits of the television adaptation, which has since become iconic. A version of course “low budget” where Inoxtag occupies the main role, Billy that of Zorro, Maxime that of Sanji or even Grimkujow that of Usopp:

Other comedy sequences were filmed with Kameto as a surprise guest, playing the antagonist Marshall D. Teach (aka Blackbeard) during an improvised confrontation with the Straw Hat crew. Videos that perpetuate the spirit carried by the show Zen since its creation: Netflix and its adaptation have better watch out.

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