During Tuesday’s two Frenemies podcast response to the David Dobrik apology, Trisha Paytas let it slip that her ex-boyfriend, and close associate of David, Jason Nash has been trying to get in touch with her. The live chat asked Trisha to elaborate, so she obliged. Trisha says Jason, who has not spoken to her in years, tried to call her multiple times. When she did not pick up, he sent her text messages and Instagram DMS, which she did not respond to either, but shared on the podcast.
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Monday night David Dobrik released a more direct and detailed apology on his main YouTube channel than the one he released last week on his less popular VIEWS channel after he lost his brand sponsors and partnerships. Is he being misleading in this more emotional apology?
Social media personality and former Vlog Squad member Jeff Wittek, who has recently defended himself against accusations from Trisha Paytas and other witnesses that he helped supply alcohol to girls under the drinking age the night that one of them was sexually assaulted by Durte Dom, sustained some injuries and bruises this summer. When he went on the Frenemies podcast this Sunday, Trisha Paytas brought up his eye injury, which he has willingly shared on social media. She asked if the injury happened as a result of filming content for Vlog Squad leader David Dobrik, but Jeff declined to comment about exactly how he got hurt.
This fifteenth season of Sister Wives has been a candid portrayal of the ever-widening gap between all the members of the plural marriage. While all the wives have their independent issues, they all seem to want to work together towards some sort of resolution while Kody is expressing the most burnout and exasperation. “I just know that families go as leadership does and I just frankly don’t give a sh!t anymore,” he said in a recent episode. Then, the pandemic hit and there was suddenly another reason for the family to stop seeing each other in person, and for the wives to issue their control over how Kody spends his time.
A bombshell article published March 16 by Business Insider makes some serious allegations against David Dobrik-led Vlog Squad member Dominykas Zeglaitis, aka Durte Dom, and exposes the dark side of the highly popular and, seemingly, fun-fueled group of creators.
Bhad Bhabie is continuing her crusade against not only Turn-About Ranch, where Dr. Phil sent her when she was 13-years-old after her career-launching appearance on his show, but all facilities and programs like it. She recently debted a polished YouTube video, and then defended the video on social media. Her messaging about programs like this is that instead of helping the troubled teens who are sent to them, they end up further traumatizing already traumatized young people.
At the start of season 15 of Sister Wives, Janelle’s daugher Maddie Brown Brush and her husband Caleb Brush debuted their daughter Evangalynn, who is called “Evie” for short, to Maddie’s siblings and the show’s audience. They did a bit of an unveiling by pulling a blanket off of the baby carrier to show the wide-eyed beautiful little girl, but they had to offer some education as well. Evie has been diagnosed with FATCO syndrome, which is a “congenital limb malformation syndrome,” according to Orpha.net.
The past few weeks have ushered in the fast rise and even more breakneck fall of a previously little-known Tennessee commune, or intentional community, called The Garden when a couple of its members started producing compelling TikToks and inviting anyone and everyone to come visit them. The fact that they published their address on their TikToks and marketed The Garden as a kind of utopia raised red flags for many people as communities like this usually have a vetting process and don’t so blatantly market themselves. This led viewers to investigate The Garden, and the people currently living there, further, and to speculate even harder. Is The Garden a cult or just a bunch of people trying to live sustainably and save the Earth?