Brands Drop David Dobrik Following Misconduct Allegations

On March 16, David, 24, acknowledged his “mistakes” and apologized for the content he’s posted in the past in a video titled “Let’s Talk.”

“I wanted to come on here real quick and address some conversations that are going on on the Internet,” he said in his two-minute video, adding that “consent is something that’s super, super important to me.”

He went on to explain that he “always” gets approval from people appearing in his videos, and noted he “will take the video down” if someone decides they no longer want to be part of it.

“There’s also been moments where I’ve looked back on videos, and I realize that these don’t represent me anymore, and they’re hurtful to other people, and I don’t want them up because I’ve grown as a content creator and as a person,” he shared. “And I don’t agree with some of the videos I’ve posted.”

In the video, David addressed Dominykas, saying, “With people in my life that I don’t film with anymore, like Dom and the other people I no longer film with, I chose to distance myself because I don’t align with some of the actions, and I don’t stand for any kind of misconduct.”

He added, “I’ve been really disappointed by some of my friends, and for that reason, I’ve separated from a lot of them.”

Source: E! Online (US) – Top Stories

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