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Note: Due to a unique state of flux and chain of ongoing events, the news from November onward on will remain on the page for an undetermined amount of time, as opposed to prior years where news was monthly. When it seems that Smosh is settled with Mythical, the news will likely return to a monthly format. This will likely occur before 2020. A history can still be found within general Smosh wikia pages. August 2019
While it cannot be posted on the fandom/wikia due to lack of definitive proof, it is very safe to assume that Smosh founder Anthony Padilla and his longtime girlfriend broke up sometime around their 4th anniversary, which is the same event that happened with his ex-fiancée. If you do believe you can post undeniable evidence of a break along with an edit to Anthony's page, feel free to do so!
Facts (NOTE: if you do not know the name of "her", please scroll down Anthony's wikia page to find her name, use a search engine or go to Anthony's social media to find out her name):
Neither follow each other on Twitter/Instagram since around August 2019
They participated in one event together since March 2019
They have not been pictured together since around April 2019
She went on a trip alone and has gone back home alone.
Anthony has posted a photo of at least one girl on his stories, something he never did while dating her.
July 4th was spent alone.
They have not been in instagram stories and have not interacted on the platforms.
She did an interview where she spoke oddly about her relationship.
She has erased comments on her Instagram about Anthony.
Allegedly, she last liked a photo of Anthony on August 13, and sometime later, both unfollowed each other. (unproven but likely)
Anthony removed her from his recommended channels on YouTube.
She once posted on Instagram, in August or September, a cryptic inquiry about finding a place to live in New York.
Wesley and Jovenshire are part time Smosh/Smosh Games members.
Smosh merch store has started selling PIZZA PLACE t-shirts! Grab yours before they sell out again! Also, the most comfy hoodies ever.
In a month, it will be 2 years since Anthony departed Smosh.
Smosh Games is back!
Joshua Ovenshire (Joven) and Wes have left Smosh Games. However, Lasercorn seems to have returned. Sohinki's future is unknown.
Smosh Squad, especially Courtney and Shayne, seem as if they will take a larger part in Smosh Games, which is a trade-off with Damien, who frequently participates in Smosh base channel sketches.
Smosh seems to be settling in very nicely with Mythical and their new digs, as can be expected. Mythical (Rhett/Link) and Smosh had a good and collaborative relationship in the years before Defy's shutdown.
Smosh had had much success with their podcasts and it is widely believed that their content reflects their parent company transition.
Boze left Smosh, and YouTube, to pursue a more normal career.
Smosh Pit reached 6 million subscribers between January 5th and 6th. Way to go!
Ian is still trying to find Smosh a new home. He has not stated otherwise. Smosh and Smosh Pit are still uploading. Smosh Games is uploading sporadically and has more transferred to the personal channels of former full and part time SG members.
November 13-December 31: Ian is still tirelessly trying to find Smosh a home. Meanwhile, much of the cast is now branching out and working on their own projects and some are working together in small groups. The squad and Ian are still making videos, along with Ryan Todd.
November 12, 2018: Smosh releases a video titled Smosh is Homeless. They state that videos will now be uploaded every Monday. Their next video was uploaded on Wednesday, November 14, though.
November 10, 2018: Ian has regained access to the Smosh channels. New content will be coming up Monday, PST. Meanwhile, Smosh members have been utilizing various forms of social media to communicate with fans.
November 9, 2018: Members of Smosh, including Ian and Courtney, meet to discuss the future of Smosh.
November 6, 2018: The parent company of Smosh, Defy Media, shuts downs without notice, leaving Smosh and other YouTube channels including Clevver without a home. Smosh and all Smosh related channels have gone dark.
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