I know I’ve said this before, but this is the last time I’m gonna blog about the fallout with Bristol. You may notice that all the other blogs about this topic have been deleted, as have the Facebook posts about it. That was part of the terms that I agreed to in order to end this today. I explain it all in the breaking news live press conference this afternoon.
I’m not gonna shit on her on the way out, I’m just gonna leave it as it is and move forward. I’m THRILLED that this is no longer something that’s going to occupy any of my time, because it means more time for blogging. I can’t tell you how Goddamn screenshots are in my phone right now.
As part of the agreement they had to take down everything – their YouTube, Facebook, Discord, Twitter, Pateron, and online stores. You might be naive enough to believe that this was some sort of silencing, but the fact of the matter is that I never wanted any of it. Things escalated heavily on Facebook and Discord last night, I won’t get into detail, but nobody wanted what would’ve come next. I’d rehash it all but I really don’t care because it’s over and I agree not to. I simply said that I would make an announcement that it’s done, as I did on the live show and now here, and then I’d move on.
Anyone who I blocked because they chose to believe lies about me, and spread misinformation, is welcomed back if they contact me and apologize. You made a huge mistake, but there’s always room for forgiveness. I look forward to moving on with you all.
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