If you can be yourself and people like you, you're golden.
Why can I do the splits? That's weird. I'm uncomfortable with myself.
One of the things I'm learning is that crisis passes, and for anyone suffering I think it's important to know that.
I want to be the biggest entertainer in the world. That's my deal. I'll do whatever it takes to get that.
Let's just say, I went to Sweden for a reason, to make music.
So most girls I date - actually, all of them - say this. Every girl I end up dating, there's like a couple things. One, they hate me at first.
I want to expand and conquer every platform, every medium as well as pursue entertainment beyond social media - acting, producing, and directing.
I mean astronomically, that one doesn't even make sense. Because if you shoot for the moon, you're not going to land on the stars. The moon is closer than all of the stars.
Rejection is just a part of life.
I want to find the intersection between digital media and traditional media and be pioneering the endeavor to merge the two worlds.
Good luck trying to cancel me.
So how do you make it as a mainstream entertainer? Who knows? But I think you have to be uncomfortable, right? You have to make yourself uncomfortable. All success stories depend on that. That's why I might start sleeping on hardwood floors and taking cold showers.
I was so used to people liking me. But being hated? I hate it. I hate being hated!
I'm blessed to be curious about things.
All the Vine creators, we knew our home, the place we started on was slowly reaching a plateau.
They're the smartest, most cunning, slick, coolest group of people on the planet. Generation Z, I love y'all.
There are so many funny guys, like Theo Vonn or Joe Rogan, making really entertaining podcasts. There is so much value in a Joe Rogan podcast.
This Internet stuff is definitely not my future.
The issue is sometimes when people are themselves, like, what if you suck, you know? There's a good chance you're not gonna resonate and not be relatable to people. You gotta be a goodhearted, positive person. And a lot of YouTubers I've met anyways are.
People do horrible things.