Published on January 10, 2019 by
  • jenkemmag


A couple months ago, while scrolling through the depressing wasteland that is Instagram, we came across a kid with a massive Monster Energy® logo tatted right in the middle of his chest. Confused by who would do such a thing, we met up to learn more. What we found was a true Monster® monster.

Monster Kid® is 110% committed to the green stuff. He fell in love with Monster® at first sip, and he’s since dedicated his life to being the first kid to go pro exclusively for Monster®. He doesn’t have a job, he doesn’t skate street, and he doesn’t care if he has a heart attack before he turns 25. Monster® or die, pretty much.

MORE INFO: http://www.jenkemmag.com/home/2019/01/10/meet-monster-kid/

Filmed / Edited: Alexis Castro

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