Bradley Martyn new truck gift brings assistant to tears - Dexerto

Bradley Martyn new truck gift brings assistant to tears

Published: 24/Jul/2020 12:17 Updated: 30/Jul/2020 19:16

by Daniel Cleary


Fitness YouTuber Bradley Martyn brought his assistant to tears after surprising him with a brand new Toyota Tacoma truck for his birthday.

Bradley Martyn has built a following of over 3 million subscribers across his YouTube channels for his popular fitness videos and vlog series.

The YouTuber also owns his own Gym, Zoo Culture, and in his latest vlog, he revealed he was going to surprise one of his employees with a brand new truck.

bradley martyn in his gym
Life of Bradley Martyn, YouTube
Fitness star Bradley Martyn runs his own gym called “Zoo Culture.”

Bradley explained that his assistant Steve was one of the first employees he brought on to work at his gym and revealed an elaborate plan to surprise him with the expensive birthday gift.

After buying the Tacoma, Bradley shared he was going to have someone drive the Toyota truck into the middle of the Gym and call Steve up to find out who it belonged to.

Once Steve arrived at Zoo Culture, Bradley got him to investigate the security cameras and after leaving him puzzled for a short while, the fitness star surprised him with the keys.

Steve was brought to tears after realizing the new Tacoma, which retails for about $26,000, now belonged to him and thanked Bradley for his incredible birthday gift.

It was later revealed that the new Toyota was the latest model of his assistant’s very first truck, one that he had apparently been driving since he was eighteen years old.

The vlog later highlighted the difference between his old truck, which did not look to be in the best shape, compared to the new vehicle that the Zoo Culture owner had bought for his friend.

Despite managing to surprise his assistant, Bradley was also hit with a car-themed prank recently when NELK star SteveWillDoIt left him stunned after putting his face on a custom Tesla.


YouTuber buys dream car worth $200k by selling Pokemon cards

Published: 5/Dec/2020 1:07

by Brent Koepp


A YouTuber revealed that he was able to afford and buy his dream car worth up to $200k just by buying, selling, and covering Pokemon cards – yes, you read that right!

Although the Pokemon TCG made its debut decades ago in 1997, the Nintendo collectibles have seen an absolute explosion in popularity in 2020. Items once traded by children on school playgrounds for practically nothing can now sell for as much as a house.

Dedicated fans that have been covering the hobby for years such as Australian YouTuber Michael ‘UnlistedLeaf’ Anderson have had their passion rewarded with the Trading Card Game’s recent attention. So much so that the content creator was able to buy a luxury car.

Pokemon YouTuber UnlistedLeaf shows off his dream Audi R8 car.
YouTube: UnlistedLeaf
The Nintendo fan was able to buy his dream car collecting and selling Pokemon cards.

YouTuber buys dream car thanks to Pokemon cards

While many popular entertainers have been swept up by the Pokemon card craze that has hit in 2020, YouTubers like Unlisted Leaf have been making videos about the hobby since 2013. On December 4, the content creator revealed that he was able to buy his dream car – a Audi R8 V10 Plus – due his love of the Nintendo RPG.

“It is insane to me that years down the line I am able to get one,” he said. “The craziest part about this whole situation is that I really bought this car with, like, Pokemon cards. If we really boil it down.” The entertainer, who also goes by ‘Ando’, then clarified that he didn’t get any money from his parents or a side job – it was purely from covering the Pokemon collectibles.

“It is 110% all with Pokemon cards. That’s the truth. I literally have been making videos around Pokemon cards for about eight years now. I’ve been collecting Pokemon cards for eight years and like selling a few. Then like I buy a lot. Then I sell a couple more,” the Nintendo fan explained.

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UnlistedLeaf revealed that Pokemon cards’ recent explosion in value and popularity also played a hand in being able to afford the luxury vehicle. “Especially with the crazy Pokemon card boom recently, I was able to purchase this car.” he revealed, before he thanked his fans for sticking with him as he covered the Nintendo hobby for eight years.

There is no telling if the craze surrounding the TCG will die down anytime soon. With the Japanese franchise gearing up to celebrate its 25th anniversary in 2021, the sky is the limit. Passionate fans who have dedicated their lives to Trading Card Game are finally starting to reap the rewards.