David Dobrik’s Response To PewDiePie

Last June, Popular YouTuber Felix Kjellberg AKA PewDiePie threw some shade towards his fellow YouTuber and Influencer David Dobrik and it looked like Dobrikis letting criticisms get to him and bring him down.

PewDiePie recently has been on a tear lately when it comes to an influencer and content creator’s house tours and made a veritable series out of it reacting to the homes of the biggest YouTubers. He has been commenting about the interior decoration, location, and overall price of the house. He also reacted to some of the popular content creators like the ACE Family, Jeffree Star, and recently Pokimane.

David DObrik is one of the content creators whose house was reviewed by PewDiePie last June. According to Dobrik, he purchased his house due to some horrifying experience with stalkers and PewDiePie decided to comment about it and notably called Dobrik a sociopath and claimed that he has lacked any actual personality because of his decoration on his house.

Two months later, Dobrik responded to PewDiePie’s comment and he just laughed it off and sarcastically responded to it. He found it unbelievable and asked why PewDiePie said such a thing and said that it was unreal. He jokingly said that he and Natalie will talk about it and immediately move and put up the house for sale.

It is obvious that Dobrik is just joking and that he didn’t take PewDiePie’s comments personally.

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David is back in the US after being stuck in his native country for quite some time. He took to Instagram to announce his return. He shared a selfie and captioned it, “THEY LET ME BACK INTO AMERICA!!24-Sept-2021

Then, due to the COVID pandemic, Dobrik took an extended hiatus from vlogging that lasted from March 2020 to June 2021. And in March 2021, YouTube demonetized all three of Dobrik’s channels — his flagship vlogging channel, David Dobrik Too, and his Views channel — for violating its Creator Responsibility policy.03-Jan-2022

March 25, 2021 YouTube temporarily suspends David Dobrik and Dom Zeglaitis from monetization following the rape allegation. “We have strict policies that prohibit sexual harassment on YouTube and take allegations of sexual assault very seriously,” a YouTube spokesperson told Insider.14-Mar-2022

Then, due to the COVID pandemic, Dobrik took an extended hiatus from vlogging that lasted from March 2020 to June 2021. And in March 2021, YouTube demonetized all three of Dobrik’s channels — his flagship vlogging channel, David Dobrik Too, and his Views channel — for violating its Creator Responsibility policy.03-Jan-2022

David is back in the US after being stuck in his native country for quite some time. He took to Instagram to announce his return. He shared a selfie and captioned it, “THEY LET ME BACK INTO AMERICA!!24-Sept-2021

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