Dreams Skateboarder Has Bought A House And Will Move Out Of His Broken RV
It's been a whirlwind few months for Nathan Apodaca, the bloke who went viral for riding his skateboard down the street while drinking cranberry juice and listening to Fleetwood Mac's 'Dreams'.
The clip was everywhere and inspired loads of imitations (including from Mick Fleetwood himself, which you can watch below), saw the track rocket up the charts for the first time in decades and won Nathan a hell of a lot of sponsorships.
Well, that has certainly come.
According to People, the bloke has managed to buy a five-bedroom, three-bathroom home in Idaho for him and his family.
"It's just insane. I'm blessed and I'm happy that I'm being able to bless those around me," Apodaca said. "I didn't ever think any of this would happen from the video. I'm just blessed that it is happening.
"With all the donations that I got from before, and the work that I got from the video with my new manager, she's been a blessing. She's been connecting me with people that I haven't ever been able to talk to myself. You know what I mean?"
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Apodaca had been saving well before he was internet famous, however his raft of deals and sponsorships has seen his wealth explode.
He says the new digs will allow everyone to live comfortably, including his youngest daughter.
"Before, when I was in my RV, she would go stay with my mom or my sister, and still come over and visit in the daytime and then go because I didn't have no room, you know? So it's just awesome," he said.
"Not only me, but I get to bring my lady in, my other daughter and my stepson now. It's crazy. It's awesome. I love it.
"We have a whole house underneath us. We're just upstairs sleeping in our room, and trying to utilise the space. We got a whole different house downstairs. I just love it that it's nice and spacious."
Love it when someone gets a leg up in life. Who knows what Nathan will do next but at least he has a decent roof over his head now.
Featured Image Credit: Nathan Apodaca/TikTok
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