Screenshot YouTube/Alex Warren, Gregg DeGuire / Getty 19-year-old Alex Warren has shot to viral stardom as part of the Hype House, the LA-based TikTok collective, where his TikToks are inspired by his comedic vlog channel starring him and his friends. But as Warren grew in popularity, he also started receiving a lot of hate from fans of vlog star David Dobrik, who say Warren copies everything Dobrik does from his thumbnails to even his laugh....

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