Jason Nash and Life After David

Danny Gonzalez
9 Mar 202422:41

Summary

TLDRThe video discusses the transition of Jason Nash, a former member of the Vlog Squad, from YouTube stardom to live-streaming on TikTok, where he asks viewers for financial support. The creator reflects on the unpredictability of the online content creator career, the importance of financial prudence, and the potential for leveraging connections and skills gained during one's time in the spotlight. The video also touches on the contrast between Nash's current situation and the lifestyle of David, the Vlog Squad's leader, who has moved on to a life of luxury and leisure.

Takeaways

  • 👨‍👦 The creator is a father now, which has impacted his content creation schedule.
  • 📹 Jason Nash, a former Vlog Squad member, is now live streaming on TikTok and urging fans to send him money.
  • 💰 TikTok gift battles involve creators competing to receive the most gifts, with the winner taking all gifts received during the battle.
  • 🎥 The creator questions the ethics of asking children to send money, likening it to encouraging them to steal their parents' credit cards.
  • 🧐 The audience for these live streams is surprisingly mostly adults, contrary to initial assumptions.
  • 🚀 David Do, once the most popular YouTuber, has stepped back from vlogging due to various controversies and now focuses on a more private lifestyle.
  • 🔄 The Vlog Squad's dynamic has shifted, with members seeking new ways to maintain their careers and income after the end of the Vlogs.
  • 💸 Jason Nash's struggle to adjust to the post-Vlog era is highlighted, as he has not found the same success with his solo podcast.
  • 🤔 The creator contemplates the longevity and sustainability of a career as a full-time online content creator.
  • 🎁 The concept of 'gamification' in content creation is discussed, where creators are driven by numbers and the desire to maintain relevance.
  • 🚨 The creator advises fellow creators to be cautious with their finances and not rely solely on the success of another influencer for their career.

Q & A

  • What is the main topic of the video?

    -The main topic of the video is the discussion of Jason Nash's transition from being a popular YouTuber to live-streaming on TikTok and asking his fans for money.

  • Why is the creator of the video late to the topic?

    -The creator is late to the topic because he has become a father and has been busy with his new baby.

  • What is Jason Nash's former association on YouTube?

    -Jason Nash was a member of the Vlog Squad, one of the most popular groups on YouTube.

  • How does the TikTok gift battle work?

    -In a TikTok gift battle, two creators stream live, and viewers send them virtual gifts. The creator with the most gifts at the end of the battle wins all the gifts received during the battle.

  • David was the most popular member of the Vlog Squad, often behind the camera, and his friends did the heavy lifting in creating content.

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  • Why did David stop vlogging?

    -David stopped vlogging due to a series of controversies, including accusations against one of his friends and a dangerous incident involving another friend. He also wanted to create a safer environment for those involved in his videos.

  • What other ventures have former Vlog Squad members pursued after the end of the Vlogs?

    -Some former Vlog Squad members have started podcasts, while others have found success in different areas, but Jason Nash seems to be struggling the most with the transition.

  • What is the creator's opinion on Jason Nash's current approach to content creation?

    -The creator finds Jason Nash's approach of live-streaming for money without providing substantial content to be concerning and not in line with what he enjoys about being a creator.

  • What advice does the creator give to content creators based on the situation with Jason Nash?

    -The creator advises content creators to be careful with their approach, not rely solely on the success of another influencer, and save money for the future as the career of a content creator can be unpredictable.

  • How does the creator feel about the potential of TikTok gift battling becoming the next big thing?

    -The creator is worried about the potential of TikTok gift battling becoming the next big thing, as it does not align with the creative and entertaining aspects of content creation.

  • What other career opportunities are available for creators after losing relevance?

    -The creator suggests that creators can leverage their connections and skills to find jobs in marketing agencies, talent agencies, social media companies, or work behind the scenes for other creators.

Outlines

00:00

🤔 Late to the TikTok Trend

The speaker acknowledges being late to discuss a topic, citing fatherhood as the reason. They mention Jason Nash, a former Vlog Squad member, who is now live streaming on TikTok, urging fans to send him money. The speaker expresses surprise at the adult audience of these streams and criticizes Nash for exploiting his followers' generosity.

05:02

💸 The Decline of a YouTube Star

The speaker reflects on the career of David, who was once a prominent YouTuber but has since stepped back from vlogging due to personal issues and accusations. They discuss how David's friends, including Jason Nash, have had to find new ways to maintain their online presence and income, with Nash resorting to live streaming on TikTok for gifts.

10:04

🎥 Jason Nash's Struggle with Fame

The speaker delves into Jason Nash's transition from being part of a successful YouTube group to struggling with his solo career. They mention Nash's podcast and his participation in TikTok gift battles, questioning why he doesn't seek a traditional job. The speaker also addresses Nash's financial situation and his reliance on live streaming for income.

15:05

📉 The Uncertainty of Content Creation

The speaker discusses the unpredictable nature of being a content creator, using Nash's situation as an example. They emphasize the importance of not solely relying on another influencer's success and the need to save money. The speaker also suggests alternative career paths for creators and the potential for leveraging connections and skills in the industry.

20:06

🚨 A Word of Caution for Creators

The speaker advises content creators to be cautious about their career choices and financial planning. They mention David's visit to Nash on Snapchat, highlighting the contrast between their current situations. The speaker urges creators to avoid becoming dependent on another influencer's success and to prepare for the possibility of their career's end.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡TikTok Live Streaming

TikTok Live Streaming is a feature that allows users to broadcast live videos to their followers. In the context of the video, it's used by Jason Nash as a platform to engage with his audience and solicit monetary gifts, which has become a point of contention and discussion. The video explores the implications of relying on live streaming for income and the shift from traditional content creation to live streaming as a career choice.

💡Vlog Squad

The Vlog Squad refers to a group of YouTube content creators who were part of David Dobrik's channel, creating collaborative videos that gained massive popularity. The video discusses how members like Jason Nash have had to adapt their careers after the Vlog Squad's decline, with some finding success in other ventures like podcasts, while others, like Jason, have turned to live streaming.

💡Gift Battles

Gift Battles on TikTok are competitive events where viewers send virtual gifts to their favorite creators, with the creator receiving the most gifts declared the winner. The video highlights Jason Nash's participation in these battles as a primary source of income, which is seen as controversial and is discussed in terms of its sustainability and ethical implications.

💡Content Creator

A content creator is an individual who produces various forms of content, typically for online platforms like YouTube or TikTok. The video reflects on the career span and evolution of content creators, emphasizing the uncertainty and potential fleeting nature of online fame and the need for creators to diversify their income sources.

💡Influencer Lifestyle

The influencer lifestyle refers to the affluent and often extravagant way of living that some social media personalities achieve due to their online success. The video touches on the challenges of maintaining this lifestyle, especially when the source of income becomes unstable, as seen with Jason Nash's transition from YouTube to TikTok live streaming.

💡Relevancy

Relevancy in the context of the video refers to the importance content creators place on maintaining their status and popularity in the ever-changing social media landscape. The speaker advises creators not to cling to relevancy for its own sake, suggesting that it's healthier to have other passions and pursuits outside of social media fame.

💡Financial Stability

Financial stability is the ability to consistently meet financial obligations and maintain a certain standard of living. The video discusses the precarious nature of financial stability for content creators, especially when their income is tied to the unpredictable world of social media, and the importance of saving money and having backup plans.

💡Cringe

Cringe, as used in the video, describes a feeling of embarrassment or awkwardness that viewers may experience when watching certain content. The term is applied to Jason Nash's live streaming activities, which are seen as cringeworthy by some due to the perceived lack of content and the focus on receiving gifts from viewers.

💡Swatting

Swatting is a dangerous prank where someone falsely reports a serious crime at another person's address, leading to a police response. The video mentions that Jason Nash was swatted during a live stream, highlighting the risks and potential dangers associated with being a public figure on social media.

💡Creator Space

The creator space refers to the community and industry surrounding content creation, including jobs at marketing agencies, talent agencies, and social media companies. The video suggests that creators can leverage their skills and connections made during their time in the spotlight to find stable employment within this space, even if they decide to step away from the limelight.

Highlights

The speaker admits being late to discuss a topic but attributes it to being a new dad.

Jason Nash, a former Vlog Squad member, is now live streaming on TikTok and urging fans to send him money.

TikTok gift battles involve creators competing to receive the most gifts, with the winner taking all gifts from both parties.

Jason Nash is battling his wife in a TikTok gift battle, raising questions about the nature of the competition.

The speaker initially assumed most viewers of these live streams were children, but later discovered they were mostly adults.

David, a former Vlog Squad member, has stepped back from vlogging due to various controversies and now focuses on a more private life.

David's Vlog Squad friends have moved on to other projects, like podcasts, after the Vlog Squad's end.

Jason Nash struggles to adjust to the post-Vlog era, with his podcast not achieving the same success as before.

The speaker criticizes the lack of content in Jason Nash's live streams, which revolve around receiving money from viewers.

Jason Nash has expressed that he would not be doing TikTok live streaming if he was not in a financial hole.

The speaker suggests that content creators should be careful not to rely solely on the success of another influencer.

Content creators should save money and not get caught up in the influencer lifestyle, as relevance is not guaranteed.

David visits Jason Nash on Snapchat, making light of Jason's new TikTok live streaming career.

The speaker advises content creators to consider alternative career paths within the creator space, such as working for marketing agencies or talent agencies.

Jason Nash has been a stand-up comedian, TV show participant, podcaster, Viner, Vlog Squad member, and now a TikTok live gift battler.

The speaker reflects on the potential for content creators to leverage connections and skills learned during their time in the spotlight.

The speaker emphasizes the importance of not sending hate to the individuals involved, especially in light of recent events like Jason Nash being swatted.

The speaker concludes with advice for content creators to be cautious and prepared for the unpredictable nature of their career.

Transcripts

00:00

all right guys I'll admit I am very late

00:01

to this topic potentially even like a

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month late depending on when this video

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comes out but in my defense I'm a dad

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now all right I have a baby he's 5

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months old I have better things to do

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than sitting here talking to a camera

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alone in my

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room like watching Jason Nash live

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stream on Tik Tok all right Sandra thank

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you for the money Kevin thank you for

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the money can you guys send me a million

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dollars turns out I can do both at the

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same time though so now I'm here if

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you've been on Tik Tok lately there's a

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good chance you've seen former Vlog

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Squad member Jason Nash constantly live

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streaming compulsively urging his fans

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to send him money I know I have a lot

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this man is constantly live here we go

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118 guys don't forget to follow my

00:45

podcast All Good Things podcast we just

00:47

spoke about it we

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need have you enjoyed that 30 seconds of

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Silence guys make sure to go check out

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my podcast you're going to love that

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it's completely silent for an hour like

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me a lot a lot of people were pretty

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confused to see this at one time Jason

01:03

Nash was a part of the most popular

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group on YouTube and now he's battling

01:07

the Joker for gifts on Tik Tok what a

01:09

way to start the day with Tommy coach

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Tommy thank you so much for being here

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have you never seen one of these Tik Tok

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gifts battles before basically there's

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two creators and you send gifts to the

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respective creator that you're watching

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this bar at the top indicates who has

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the most gifts and when time Runs Out

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Whoever has the most gifts wins their

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prize all of the gifts that they got

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during the battle and then the second

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place person also wins all the gifts

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that they got during that battle so

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needless to say there's a lot at stake

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this is a live stream Where Jason is

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actually battling his wife nav why don't

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you come down in the

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room I'll let you

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in you can come back in the house then

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yeah come back in the house man you look

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like Batman standing over the city now

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hang on if they're married aren't the

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gifts just going to both of them what

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kind of charade is this now at first I

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kind of assumed that most of the people

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watching these live streams were

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children and I I was like ooh that is

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super weird just like asking children

02:02

for money you're basically just asking

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them to steal their parents' credit

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cards in a way I sort of thought of

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Jason Nash as like a babysitter but he's

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also babysitting a thousand other kids

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and if you start choking he's not going

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to call 911 cuz he he can't see you but

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after tuning into a few of his streams

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and actually like clicking on some of

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the profiles of people watching I

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realized that it's actually mostly

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adults which was very surprising to me

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guys what are we doing here stop that I

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promise you there are like a billion

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other better uses for your money than

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helping Jason Nash's wife crush him in a

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gift battle fun as it may be the reason

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I wanted to make this video is cuz I

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think that it's kind of a very

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interesting look at the career span of a

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Creator it's a pretty new career All

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Things Considered like nobody's been a

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full-time online creator for 40 years so

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we don't really know how long this

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career is supposed to last or how it

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will evolve over time so I think it's

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worth looking at why Jason Nash is here

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but between the years of 2016 and 2020

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David do was seemingly at the top of the

03:04

YouTube ecosystem what started as David

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just sort of goofing around and filming

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his friends as up and cominging content

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creators quickly turned into partying

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all the time collabing with huge

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celebrities huge giveaways and giant

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sponsorship deals and if you didn't

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watch the Vlogs around this time you

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might think that David was like the

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biggest part of them but it was actually

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more his friends doing the heavy lifting

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David was always behind the camera and

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sure he was laugh a lot and you'd hear

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him laugh but I really feel like the

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reason people tuned in was sort of to

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live vicariously through David and

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experience the goofiness that was all of

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his friends so while all of the Vlogs

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were on David's Channel and David was

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inevitably the most popular member of

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the Vlog Squad I really feel like he

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owes most of his success to his friend

03:49

group but it was a fun time I watched a

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lot of the Vlogs back in the day and I

03:53

really enjoyed them it felt like you

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were a part of this friend group and in

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a lot of ways you were like the members

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of the Vlog Vlog Squad because like the

04:00

members of the Vlog Squad you also were

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not getting paid for your appearances in

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the videos which is something that I

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always found kind of weird David's

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friends never got any sort of payment

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their only payment was an exposure and

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so what kind of ended up happening was

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because everybody else around David

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wanted to launch their careers off of

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David's Vlogs they all started vlogging

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too but because they would always be

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hanging out together all of their Vlogs

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seem to be just like the same situation

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from a bunch of different angles and

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every was holding Vlog cameras got

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pretty out of hand for a while there

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eventually though during the pandemic a

04:34

bunch of stuff happened that caused

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David to take a step back from vlogging

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mainly a bunch of scary accusations

04:39

about one of his best friends Dom and

04:41

also him almost killing one of his other

04:42

best friends Jeff Whit by slamming him

04:45

into the site of an excavator after

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losing a bunch of followers and probably

04:48

more importantly a bunch of sponsors

04:51

David posted an apology saying he was

04:53

going to do better he said he was going

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to take steps to make sure his Vlog were

04:56

a safer environment for the people in

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them and I want to be able to have a

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place of checks and balances I want to

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have HR if he had to choose between

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quitting vlogging or doing it safer with

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an HR team he was going to do

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that and then he quit vlogging currently

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David is still presumably very rich the

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only place he really posts is on

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Snapchat and from what I can tell he

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mostly just goes around and tours really

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expensive houses and parties a lot he

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doesn't seem to have any Ambitions of

05:24

creating more content on YouTube in a

05:26

lot of ways he's sort of like the Great

05:28

Gatsby of social media now but without

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David sort of Manning the ship that was

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the Vlog Squad a lot of the other

05:34

members basically had to figure out

05:36

other avenues and other ways to make

05:38

money and maintain their following after

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the Vlog ended Zayn and Heath have a

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pretty successful podcast now so does

05:43

Jeff Whit Carly and Aaron I believe have

05:45

a podcast too but I feel like Jason Nash

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out of the entire group is having the

05:49

most trouble adjusting to the post Vlog

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era he has a podcast but it's definitely

05:55

not getting the same numbers that his

05:57

podcast with David did views back in the

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day which David also quit despite them I

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think getting a bunch of really great

06:04

offers that would have changed Jason's

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life David decided to quit cuz he didn't

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want to do that anymore he wanted to be

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the great gats so Jason has now been

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left to fend for himself and it seems

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like Tik Tock gift streaming is what he

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has turned to you excited to go to

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dinner man this is content baby this is

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crazy I didn't know all you had to do is

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just sit there and stare at your camera

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and people will just send you money why

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did I write this whole video so a lot of

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the response has obviously been kind of

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cringing at this this feeling that what

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he's doing now is very shady and I mean

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he's not really harming anybody I guess

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it does seem like it's mostly adults

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sending him money obviously there's

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always going to be kids online stealing

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their parents credit card so that's not

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great I do get kind of a shady vibe from

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it just because there's like there

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literally is no no content for you to

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consume except to send him money like

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the whole point of this stream is to see

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how much money Jason can make without

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having to do anything that's like the

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point of the stream thank you let's go

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and you could argue that Twitch

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streaming has donations and you know a

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bunch of other live streaming does too

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but I would argue that there there's at

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least some content behind that someone's

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playing a video game or they're doing a

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podcast live and the donations are just

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a little bit extra on top it's not the

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content itself seen a lot of people

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wondering like wait isn't David super

07:32

generous during his Vlogs he was always

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giving away cars he was paying for

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people's wedding just like handing out

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PlayStations to people on the street

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surely he could just help Jason if he's

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struggling financially

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right wrong from some of Jason's podcast

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Clips it seems that that is definitely

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not the case but before we get to that

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I've got to make some money of my own

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all right guys let's get those gifts in

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James thank you for the Llama Carol

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about a month ago when Jason was in the

09:27

thick of his live streaming every day he

09:29

posted this podcast where he and a bunch

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of David's mutual friends talk about how

09:33

different life is now that David's not

09:35

vlogging anymore like the thing is like

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David's in this like moment in his life

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yeah where he can do anything where he

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just parties oh no Jason the look on

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your face man Jason's like don't look

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bitter don't look bitter don't look

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bitter where he can do anything perfect

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he can do whatever the he wants now

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he calls me to play pool and I'm like I

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gotta go live and and I don't and I

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don't expect him to understand that you

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don't expect him to understand that you

10:03

have to work to make money you know he

10:05

did that too right I wouldn't expect him

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to understand that man he hasn't had to

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work in gosh what is it 2 years now I

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hate to say it Jason I think he gets it

10:15

I just don't think he cares like I'll

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say things like I'm losing my

10:18

house and he'll be like oh but just go

10:21

play pool I just don't think he cares

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dude Jason haven't you learned anything

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from being friends with a popular

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YouTuber you just told him you might

10:29

lose your house and he invites you over

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you think he really wants to play pool

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dude he's probably going to Mr Beast you

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he's probably inviting you over so he

10:37

can like surprise you with a new house

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he might make you do squid games for it

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but you you have a chance to win a new

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house maybe he'll give you a new car or

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you know surprise you with his new car

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like he did that one time my surprise to

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you is that I'm buying myself a car I

10:52

know that was cool I will say it is

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interesting that David seemingly stopped

10:56

doing the extravagant give giveaways

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once you stop doing the Vlogs I wonder

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what the correlation there is that's

11:04

kind of weird there was a great Tik Tok

11:06

that he sent which was like some guy

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it's just the guy that has like a lot of

11:08

money and can't and can do anything all

11:10

day he's like oh Dipple is having a

11:11

party tonight and like it's literally

11:13

like things that David has said David

11:14

sent Jason a Tik Tok of a rich out of

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touch guy being like Oh my god dude this

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is so me dude look at this Tik Tok this

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is so me that moment when you're rich

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and you're partying with Diplo and

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you're talking about how much you hate

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Jason Nash and how poor Jason Nash is

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guys comment below if you found this

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relatable but if you think about it

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though from 18 to like what 23 24 oh he

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was he never he never Dr I don't think

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he ever drank even when we would um

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visit him we'd be up to like midnight

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just like watching the edits just like

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wow he worked hard for 5 years let the

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man party dude please do not burden

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David's poor gentle soul with your

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financial woes just let the man play

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pool and play with him for God's sake I

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mean look I don't doubt that he worked

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hard the the dude posted three Vlogs a

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week I'm sure it was a lot of hard work

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but you know who also worked hard all

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everybody in his Vlogs I mean that dude

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just said it himself they all stayed up

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with him until midnight watching the

12:13

edits to make sure they were good this

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was a group Endeavor and I know what

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people say they say like well David gave

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them the the opportunities you know he

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didn't have to make them famous uh yeah

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he kind of did that was like the whole

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point of his Vlogs was his friends David

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wasn't just making famous because he was

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a good generous guy he was doing it

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because that's what was working they

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made him famous as much as he made them

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famous now it's like the complete

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opposite everyone's like working and

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hears him just like hey what are you

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doing tonight it's like a Tuesday night

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everyone's working yeah man that is kind

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of a crazy switch whereas before David

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was working and everyone was helping him

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now everyone else is working so

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naturally David is partying with Diplo

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naturally a lot of the conversation

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around Jason's live streams has revolved

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around the confusion as to why he

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wouldn't just get like a normal job if

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he was strapped for cash or if like the

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social media thing wasn't working out

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can someone make Jason Nash a

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door Dash account people are wondering

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why is he pursuing this career that is

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like universally seen as embarrassing or

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cringe rather than just getting a 9 to5

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and I totally get that criticism because

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I do love being a Creator I love getting

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to be my own boss I love being creative

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on a daily basis working with people

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people that I'm really inspired by

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entertaining people but if this exact

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version of being a Creator stopped being

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feasible would I start doing gift

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streams on Tik Tok hell no and not even

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necessarily because it's like

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embarrassing or cringe it's just that

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like what I enjoy about being a creator

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that does not accomplish there's no

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being creative there's no entertaining

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people at a certain point you like strip

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out all of the fun parts of the career

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and you just have only the most

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superficial parts of it left just money

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and fame so no if I did if like this

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YouTube channel didn't work out anymore

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there's a a billion other things I would

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rather do that would be more enticing to

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me than like gift streaming on Twitch

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but maybe Jason likes

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it he doesn't look like he does but

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maybe he does on the other hand I could

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say that Jason is also older he's lived

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a lot more life he's had a lot more