Who is drama dating on fantasy factory
Rob agrees to build the studio but says Drama has to see a hypnotherapist to see if he will stay determined. Rob invites Ludacris and NBA star Carmelo Anthony to the Fantasy Factory to discuss a friendly charitable wager between the three of them.Rob also tries desperately to teach his young cousin, Drama, the joy of doing nice things for people.The 25,000-square-foot complex contains two distinct areas: A warehouse designed for skateboarding and an office complex.Dyrdek's cousin, Christopher "Drama" Pfaff serves as Dyrdek's assistant on the show.Rob also moves Drama into a brand new office next to his own atop the Fantasy Factory skate plaza.The factory is a space for skateboarder Rob Dyrdek to manage two aspects of his life, business and pleasure.Nicknamed Big Cat, he is a member of the Rob Dyrdek Fantasy Factory team.He suffered a broken neck and was recovering from the injury during the first season of Fantasy Factory. He has an enormous social media presence on Twitter and Instagram with more than 300,000 on the former and 650,000 on the latter.
Drama wants a studio to help himself become a producer. The IQ tests result in: Geoff Taylor - 116, Tracy Tubera - 107, Chelsea "Chanel" Dudley - 94, Scott "Big Cat" Pfaff - 126, Tony Turbo - 100, Christopher "Drama" Pfaff - 113, Jeremy Larner - 118, and Rob Dyrdek - 101.
'Dudley, the daughter of a New York DJ who split her time growing up between North Hollywood and the East Coast, got her start in show business in the late 2000s when professional skateboarder-turned realty TV star Rob Dyrdek offered her a position on his show Fantasy Factory.
Dudley, who boasts 2.3million Instagram followers, also has done voiceover work on the animated series Wild Grinders and made her acting debut on an episode of the MTV series The Hard Times of RJ Berger.
He is the older brother of fellow reality star Chris Pfaff.
I don’t have a filter.” From his outrageous Twitter and Instagram antics, to his blunt commentary on Ridiculousness (some of which is so blatant, it often doesn’t even make it to the show), it becomes apparent that Steelo Brim, is spot-on with this self-analysis.