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Daniel Bostic (born September 21, 1992) is an American actor, model, entrepreneur, and political activist. [1]

Early Life

He was born in Sanford, North Carolina to Politician Curtis Bostic and Jenny Bostic. His family relocated to Charleston, South Carolina where he currently resides. [5]


Bostic was Homeschooled through high-school. He attended Appalachian Bible College where he received a degree in Theology. He later attended Anderson University (South Carolina) where he studied International business. [5] [4] [3]


Bostic worked throughout high-school as a model, appearing in a billboard campaign for American Eagle Outfitters in Times Square, New York City. Additionally he has been seen in promotions for Verizon Wireless, Microsoft, HarperCollins, and Visible Mobile.

He has appeared in several minor Independent films, garnering one award nomination. [5] [7]

Bostic is a former member of staff for Tim Scott. [8] [10]

After working for Scott he founded Cystra LLC, a Charleston-based consulting firm advertising political and business consulting. [4]

He endorsed Nikki Haley in her 2008 race for Governor of South Carolina. He was instrumental in his father's 2013 underdog bid in the South Carolina's 1st congressional district special election and was associated with Michele Bachmann's presidential campaign in 2012. [6] As of 2019, Bostic is working with a new media site called Culttture. [17]

Political Views

Bostic describes himself as a Conservative although he has stated he is somewhat "socially liberal ".[11] He is pro-life. [9]

A staunch believer in digital privacy rights, Bostic has been critical of the National Security Agency for mass surveillance. He has also attacked Google on multiple occasions calling the corporation "fundamentally evil" for their longstanding practice of collecting and storing user data.

Bostic endorsed Carly Fiorina's 2016 Presidential Campaign, having met her while working for Scott in Washington, D.C [12]


In 2013 Bostic was involved in a Twitter dispute with NFL player Ty Nsekhe after Nsekhe responded to a retweet that read, "Hard to believe that a player in a helmet defendin' a football makes more money than a soldier in a helmet defendin' his country." "It doesn't take much skill to kill someone," Nsekhe answered. Bostic responded quoting Nsekhe and adding "The epitome of ignorance." Although Nsekhe's tweet was deleted, the story went viral, eventually moving from blogs to the mainstream media. On September 24, the Rams issued a statement rejecting Nsekhe's expressed opinion and emphasizing that he had no connection with the team after having been released on August 31. [14] [15]

In November of 2018 Bostic worked alongside Republican Operative Ali Alexander and spokesman Jonathan Lockwood in a campaign called #StopTheSteal to protest alleged Electoral fraud in Broward County, Florida after the statewide Florida election. The state later stepped in and certified the election results, preventing the election commission from accepting any new ballots. Later Florida governor Rick Scott suspended Brenda Snipes, the Broward Co. election supervisor, citing misfeasance, incompetence and neglect of duty [13] [16]

In January of 2019, Bostic announced Cystra had waived all fees and was assisting families from Covington Catholic High School with crisis management after a short viral video of students assembled on the steps of the Lincoln memorial led to widespread outrage and condemnation from multiple personalities and mainstream media outlets. Bostic joined with CJ Pearson, GOP operative Ali Alexander, Jack Posobiec, Cassandra Fairbanks, and others to form the viral counter-campaign, #StandWithCovington. After receiving intense backlash many outlets retracted their initial statements and apologized.

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