The exploitation of digital footprints
This isn't just something the fiancé of one of today’s biggest entertainers will deal with. Anyone with an online presence is at risk.
What Dillon Danis is doing to Nina Agdal has me fired up. Philip DeFranco was like this girl’s tweet needs to be censored on-screen:
[Clip of my tweet from Philip DeFranco’s show]
And in case you don’t know who these people are, I’ll catch you up.
But for those who already do, if you find them off-putting…. I get it. Simultaneously, there’s a lot to learn from this situation so I encourage you to look at it through the lens of:
The attention economy
And creators/influencers further merging with traditional entertainment
[Clip of Kyle from Full Send podcast: The internet is fucking CRAZY. Have you noticed it’s just gotten crazier and crazier now?]
One last preface is that — the Paul brothers’ and Dillons’ audiences are predominately male. And the conversation around Nina’s digital footprint is almost entirely amongst a hive mind of guys right now.
So I definitely encourage more girls to tune in. If you’ve been attentive to someone like Taylor Swift’s messaging over the years [Clip: national lightning rod for slut shaming], you’ll find this important.
Let’s get into it…