I tell him that it’s incredibly disorienting to view everything someone does as performance, and offer that it must be exhausting to have that calculus factor into all of your decisions.
“That’s the entire internet,” he says. “Every move now is like, ‘I don’t want people to think I’m doing this for this.’
You’ll never, ever get people to believe that your intentions are 100 percent pure. You never, never will.
And they can be 100 percent pure, and you’ll make fucking mistakes, and maybe it’ll look like they weren’t pure. But you’ll never convince anybody of that.”
To be honest, as much as I enjoy the quirkiness of Dobrik, halfway through this article, I couldn’t tell if this was about David Dobrik or Donald Trump.