A lot of attention has been paid to Dispo, the camera app startup co-founded by YouTuber David Dobrik, in recent weeks. In addition to raising a slew of cash, the company has received a slew of accolades. From being named a top startup in the Bay Area to a slew of awards at the elusive Founders Forum, Dispo has been on quite the tear. The latest round of funding bolsters that already impressive record. To name a few, Lime CEO Wayne Ting said he will not be investing in the future Spark round. As for who is on the hook?
Dispo was not without its fair share of controversy, most notably, a recent scuttlebutt claiming a Founders Forum attendee was actually fired after two years of employment. Dispo has a number of investors, and a number of those names have been in the news over the past two years. While most are still in the trenches, some are taking the time to put the pedal to the metal. Among these are David Dobrik and Stassie Karanikolaou. Apparently the pair has been working in tandem over the past week or so. So much so that it’s now hard to tell who’s the boss.
David Dobrik has built an empire on goofy pranks and wild stunts. But he’s also sparked controversy and accusations. He’s been accused of bullying and cultural insensitivity. And he’s been injured while performing a stunt in Utah.
Dobrik is a YouTuber. His videos, mostly four minutes and 20 seconds long, feature his friends as the Vlog Squad. Those friends are often childhood friends.
The group of YouTubers is known for doing revolving mini acts on their own channels. It’s like a modern day version of Friends. Occasionally, members of the Vlog Squad get a role on the main vlog.
David Dobrik has a net worth of $7 million. He owns a $2.5 million home in Los Angeles. He also owns a Ferrari and Tesla.
Dobrik has two YouTube channels. His first, Second Class, has more than 18,000 subscribers. He’s been featured in Variety Magazine’s Power of Young Hollywood list.
Dobrik has been married to Jason Nash’s mother, Lorraine Nash, for one month. However, he ended his marriage in March.
Dobrik has an assistant named Natalie Noel. She grew up in the same apartment complex as Dobrik. They share a close icon: two crossed lines.
Dobrik has made millions of dollars through his YouTube channel and he has a loyal following on Vine. He’s also got a secondary Instagram account where he posts photos using a disposable camera.
The video platform Vine shut down in late 2016, so Dobrik switched over to YouTube. David’s vlog ranked as the fifth most watched creator channel on YouTube in 2019.
If you are a fan of YouTube, chances are you have come across David Dobrik’s work. He’s one of the most successful creators on the platform. His YouTube channel has 18 million subscribers.
Dobrik is a YouTuber who started his career on the video-sharing website Vine. He began posting semi-scripted videos on real-life events.