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David Dobrik executed one of his biggest giveaways ever during the coronavirus lockdown in California.
At the start of his video, posted Friday, Dobrik announced that he'd partnered with the video game company EA to help people out during the crisis.
Dobrik, his assistants Natalie Mariduena and Taylor Hudson, and his friend Jason Nash loaded up a van with game consoles and iPads, spraying them with disinfectant before handing them to people on the street while wearing gloves and masks.
Then they attached about $500 in cash to numerous Frisbees and tossed them to more passersby who were told to look under the toy for a surprise.
Dobrik and his crew then visited homes of people who had reached out to him with a T-shirt cannon and numerous David Dobrik-branded shirts.
"For every piece of merch we're giving out, there's a check for $10,000," Dobrik said in the video while panning the camera across at least 21 T-shirts.
After filming the reactions of people receiving their checks, Dobrik handed even more people the keys to a new Toyota using the end of a broom handle.
"I want to hug you. I can't hug you?" an emotional fan was filmed saying at the end of the video. "Not now, but I'll come by another time and we'll hug it out," Dobrik promised.
Watch the full video below.
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