OckTV / MoeAndET

OckTV / MoeAndET

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MoeAndET (formerly OckTV) is a YouTube channel hosted by brothers Mohammed and Etayyim Etayyim, also known as Moe and Ethan Bradberry, who are known for their pranking and "social experiment" videos. The channel has gained much notoriety due to their "prank in the hood" series, where the brothers are often attacked by their victims while pleading "it's just a prank!"

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On March 31st, 2014, the channel uploaded a video titled "Fighting Prank! – College Edition," featuring footage of the Etayyim brothers faking a fist fight in a college cafeteria (shown below, left). On August 20th, the channel uploaded a video in which a young woman sits on random strangers around New York City (shown below, right). Within two years, the videos gained over 1.1 million and 34 million views respectively.

On October 22nd, the channel posted a video titled "Asking Strangers For Food (Social Experiment)" in which the two brothers ask random pedestrians if they can have some of their food before sharing pizza with homeless people (shown below, left). In a year and a half, the video garnered more than 31 million views and 20,000 comments. On February 23rd, 2015, the brothers posted a video titled "The Freezing Homeless Child," featuring a young boy asking people for assistance on a street in New York City while wearing a T-shirt in cold weather (shown below, right). Over the next year, the video received upwards of 20.9 million ivews and 20,800 comments.

On June 9th, the channel released a video titled "Epic Yoga Pants Prank," in which the two brothers trick pedestrians into thinking they are women wearing yoga pants (shown below, left). In nine months, the video gained over 15 million views and 8,600 comments. On July 28th, the brothers uploaded footage of themselves cosplaying the characters Goku and Vegeta from the Dragonball Z franchise the front of a building (shown below, right).


On August 14th, 2014, BuzzFeed[2] published an article about the Etayyim brothers, which noted that they had received "death threats and demands from community leaders" to end their "hood pranks" videos. On September 3rd, YouTuber The Prank Reviewer posted a video accusing the DennisCeeTV, ModelPrankstersTV and OckTV channels of using paid actors in their videos (shown below, left). On June 19th, 2015, the 4YallEntertainment channel posted a video mocking the Etayyim brother's homeless "social experiment" videos for being scripted and performed by paid actors (shown below, right).

I'm Ethan Bradberry

"I'm Ethan Bradberry" is a memorable quote uttered by Etayyim Etayyim, which is often mocked online due to his menacing facial expression and aggressive tone of voice. The quote was remixed on several videos after a reaction video was posted by the channel h3h3 Productions YouTube channel.

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