Christian Hull is a hardcore introvert. He loves being a little bit famous for his videos, but at the end of the day, he's a lone wolf - one who's more interested in Caramilk on the couch than cocktails in the club. He's a strong believer in Netflix and chilling at home, alone; will smokebomb from social events at the first opportunity, and is in a committed relationship with his indoor plants.
Leave Me Alone is the no-holds-barred account of the things Christian loves and the things he absolutely hates (there are a few of those). From growing up with triplet brothers to building a career in comedy, and from his fear of moths to some of his more daring Grindr sexcapades, Christian tells his behind-the-scenes story with his signature, completely unapologetic honesty. He invites you into his personal creative universe, where things like wearing a wig to make random videos and screaming swear words at resin pendants somehow turn out to be good decisions.
In classic Christian form, you'd better believe this memoir doesn't leave much to the imagination. It's a story of breaking the mould and embracing exactly who you are, even if that means telling people to leave you the f**k alone.