True Hangxiety Is David Dobrik Printing Your Drunk Texts On A Billboard

Now that's a rough morning.

If you’re mates with David Dobrik, don’t text when you’re drunk – it’ll end up on a billboard.

Dobrik took to Twitter last week to tell his 4.5M followers, “my friend has been drunk texting my assistant so I printed his texts out and put them on a billboard.”

If you’re already thinking, yikkkeeesss, the pics only make it worse.

The first photo shows Dobrik’s assistant Natalie Noel showing the messages on her phone, the second shows a huge billboard printed with the texts, the third shows a close-up of the texts and – to really hammer the level of embarrassment home – the fourth shows the sender of the texts, Todd Smith, suitably pissed off about it.

If you thought you suffered from hangover-induced anxiety, this is on a whole new level.

Imagine waking up after a big night with a rough head, going for a drive or outside to get some fresh air and seeing your texts blown up on a billboard for the world to see.

They’re not the kind of gibberish you usually send when you’re three sheets to the wind, either. In the very one-sided chat, Smith writes, “can I stay with you or not?” and “I feel like I’ve ruined my shot with you.” 

The funniest has to be, “text me when you wake up. Let’s go to Santa Monica babbyyyy” because making ambitious plans after a few drinks is a mood we can all relate to.

Considering David Dobrik has millions of followers across his various social media platforms and YouTube channel, there’s a lot of people laughing over this text message stitch up right now.

Dobrik has so many loyal followers that he’s even had to ask them to stop rocking up to his house. Late last year, he took to his Instagram stories to vlog about the repeated visit from unwanted visitors that refused to leave. 

Listen to the GOAT team unpack the whole thing on It’s Been A Big Day For…below:

I’ll say it again for the people in the back: if you’re mates with David Dobrik, don’t text when you’re drunk.

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Macauley Culkin Has No Time For James Franco’s Michael Jackson Questions

Well, this is awkward.

If you happen to bump into Macauley Culkin, learn from James Franco and maybe don’t ask him about his relationship with Michael Jackson, or the documentary Leaving Neverland, detailing the late singer’s accusations of sexual abuse. 

Given Culkin and Jackson were friends when he was just a child, speculation surrounding the nature of their relationship has followed Culkin for years – and has even entered his conversations with fellow actors. 

In a recent interview with Esquire, Culkin said, “here’s a good Michael Jackson story that doesn’t involve Michael Jackson at all.”

“I ran into James Franco on a plane. I’d bumped into him two or three times over the years. I give him a little nod as we’re putting our bags overhead.”

“Hey, how you doing? Good, how ya doing? And it was right after the Leaving Neverland documentary came out, and he goes, ‘So, that documentary!’ And that was all he said.”

“I was like, ‘Uh-huh.’ Silence. So then he goes, ‘So what do you think?’ And I turned to him and I go, ‘Do you wanna talk about your dead friend?’ And he sheepishly went, ‘No, I don’t.’ So I said, ‘Cool, man, it was nice to see you.’”


The 2019 documentary Leaving Neverland was about Michael Jackson’s relationship with two boys, Wade Robson and James Safechuck. Now in their 30s, Robson and Safechuck tell the story of how they were sexually abused by the late singer.

According to Vanity Fair, Macauley Culkin served as a defense witness during Jackson’s 2005 trial and said he’d never been abused by the singer while staying at his Neverland Ranch. He also said the allegations against Jackson were “absolutely ridiculous,” and claimed his relationship with the singer was innocent. 

“He enjoyed my youthfulness. He liked being a kid with me,” Culkin told Marc Maron in 2018.

Whatever your opinion is on Macauley Culkin’s relationship with Michael Jackson, he clearly isn’t keen on rehashing it, or the documentary about his late friend. 

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