Best reality star revenge video ever: Amazing Race’s Joey Graceffa car towed

Joey Graffeca, the YouTube star who went on Amazing Race and is returning for spring’s all-star season, complained on YouTube about his car being towed–and the person who towed his car responded with his own video and evidence to counter Joey’s claims. Needless to say, it is awesome.

Because Joey apparently always has his camera with him, he filmed the moment when he discovered his thought his car was stolen “it’s probably towed or stolen” and said he didn’t think it wouldn’t be towed because “there were no signs anywhere … that said I couldn’t park there.”

As it turned out, Joey actually blocked someone’s driveway. And saw Joey trash-talk him on YouTube. And also read Joey’s tax return. And that someone is Nate Clark, an actor and comedian.

His response, an all-in-good-fun revenge video, is epic:

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