Fans are still showing up to David Dobrik's house during the lockdown and he's had to ask them to stay away yet again
- David Dobrik has told fans not to show up at his house again.
- He posted a message on his Instagram story on top of a video of a family at his door.
- He said it's not fun when this happens — it's just awkward and "a little scary."
- Dobrik likes it when fans come up to him in the street and talk to him, but he wants them to respect his privacy in his own home.
- But it still keeps happening, even during the lockdown.
David Dobrik has had to send fans away from his home yet again. The YouTuber has had a problem with strangers knocking on his door and trying to talk to him in his own home for quite a while.
He posted a message on his Instagram story, which overlaid a video he took of a family standing in his doorway with their faces blurred."Guys. I appreciate you guys so much. I promise!! But plz, plz, do not come to my house," he said. "It's not fun. It's just awkward."Advertisement
In the video, the parents of a young boy are saying he's a huge fan and they have travelled "so far," while Dobrik tries to get them to leave. He tells them he can't let them have a photo or say hi to the boy because it would set a precedent for people to keep showing up at his home.
He said he loves it when fans come and say hello when he's out and about, but coming to his house is "a little scary.""Especially cuz everyone is a stranger," he said. "And mama Dobrik always says 'stranger danger.'"
A post shared by DAVID DOBRIK (@daviddobrik) on Apr 24, 2020 at 4:50pm PDT
Back in December, Dobrik shared videos of people knocking on his door and urged fans to stay away."This is crazy that I'm still making these stories, I literally feel like a broken record — I sound like my parents," he said. "But stop coming here, please. I don't wanna have to move, but this is terrifying."Another person apparently showed up ten minutes after he posted about it.Advertisement
"That is f---ing insane, I literally just posted," he said in a video that was reposted to Twitter. "Do you guys even watch this stuff? Stop coming here!"
—Kaitlyn Moran (@kmm2101) December 28, 2019
Privacy concerns seem to be a big problem for influencers. Earlier this month, people broke into the former TikTok collective's Hype House and posted videos of them trying on clothes and dancing around the rooms.Hype House cofounder Chase Hudson, known as Lil Huddy, responded to the videos that appeared on TikTok.Advertisement
"So today I woke up, checked tiktok, and saw that a few girls along with their MOTHER broke into our old house, and also took MY clothes," he tweeted. "this is beyond fucking weird, how do people think this shit is okay?"
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