YouTube personality Shane Dawson has admitted "my career is over" seven months after apologising for "all of the racism" he put out online in a video called 'Taking Accountability'.
Dawson's last upload to his 20.8 million YouTube subscribers was in June last year, where, among other things, he addressed his portrayal of Black, Asian and Mexican people in his comedic sketches - which included performing in blackface and using the N-word.
In a recent appearance in a blog uploaded by his fiancé Ryland Adams, Dawson tells the camera "I know that I'm weird and I know that my career is over" during a shopping trip to a furniture store.
Discussing how he wanted to buy a life-sized red horse sculpture, Dawson added: "I'm just that crazy guy who buys weird toys"
In his 2020 apology video, Dawson said that he was "willing to lose everything" after reflecting on his behaviour.
"At this point realizing how many people I've hurt, or how many people I've inspired to say awful things or do anything awful, to finally just own up to all of this and be accountable is worth losing everything to me."
YouTube reportedly stopped allowing advertisements on Dawson's incredibly popular videos shortly after his last upload.