LA man spent $17,000 to propose to his girlfriend in a sky message while dissing Joe Rogan


LA man pays $17K to mock Joe Rogan’s height with sky message after first proposing to his girlfriend

  • The identity of the man has not been revealed but Angelenos have since congratulated his now fiancé Mollie Pratt
  • ‘Will you marry me Mollie Pratt?’ the lettering first read 
  • The messages ‘She said yes,’ ‘I love you more than anything,’ ‘Excited to spend my life with you,’ and ‘Until death do us part,’ then each appeared in turn
  • Another surprise message read: ‘Joe Rogan is literally 5 foot 3’ 
  • Onlookers were bemused – with some even speculating whether the skywriting was a prank by the successful podcaster  

A Los Angeles man spent $17,000 to propose to his girlfriend in a sky message while also dissing Joe Rogan for his height on Saturday.

The identity of the man has not been revealed but Angelenos have since congratulated his now fiancé Mollie Pratt after she seemingly said ‘yes’ to the hilarious proposal. 

‘Will you marry me Mollie Pratt?’ the lettering first read.

The messages ‘She said yes,’ ‘I love you more than anything,’ ‘Excited to spend my life with you,’ and ‘Until death do us part,’ then each appeared in turn in the air above Los Angeles.

Another surprise message read: ‘One more thing … Joe Rogan is literally 5 foot 3.’

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‘Will you marry me Mollie Pratt?’ the lettering first read

After the message 'she said yes' the man wrote 'I love you more than anything'

After the message ‘she said yes’ the man wrote ‘I love you more than anything’

Another surprise message read: 'One more thing ... Joe Rogan is literally 5 foot 3'

Another surprise message read: ‘One more thing … Joe Rogan is literally 5 foot 3’

The following message reportedly reads: 'From the rotting German Barron'

The following message reportedly reads: ‘From the rotting German Barron’

One of the final messages reads: 'OK SEE YA LOS ANGELES'

One of the final messages reads: ‘OK SEE YA LOS ANGELES’

Joe Rogan himself previously said in a 2015 tweet that he is 5′ 8″ tall after jokesters on Wikipedia had changed his entry at the time to read that he was just 5 feet tall. He has seemingly not addressed the latest jest at his height. 

The company Sky Typers confirmed to The Wrap that it had performed the service after someone had paid $17,500 for 10 messages total. 

According to the company’s website, the messages are written one of its five planes using a computer system to send a signal to the plane’s smoke system.

That allows it to release a ‘puff’ which then form letters – each of which sits 1,250 feet tall – the same height as the Empire State Building.

Each message remains readable for three to seven minutes.

People on Twitter praised the stunt with one user noting that the name of the man who proposed is seemingly ‘Mike.’

Twitter user @novaazalea_ noted that after the Rogan message, the plane continued writing ‘something about robber German baron.’ 

‘Oh I love Los Angeles sometimes. Skywriting that says ‘joe rogan is literally 5 foot 3′,’ wrote the Twitter account @faintlyglow.

Twitter user @heyu_itsDani wrote: ‘Just witnessed an LA airplane message proposal that ended with ‘Just one more thing, Joe Rogan is literally 5 foot 3.’ 

Joe Rogan himself previously said in a 2015 tweet that he is 5' 8" tall after jokesters on Wikipedia had changed his entry at the time to read that he was just 5 feet tall

Joe Rogan himself previously said in a 2015 tweet that he is 5′ 8″ tall after jokesters on Wikipedia had changed his entry at the time to read that he was just 5 feet tall

Rogan, pictured, has seemingly not addressed the latest jest at his height

Rogan, pictured, has seemingly not addressed the latest jest at his height

Some people have even speculated that the stunt may be a prank and even an advertisement for his hit podcast The Joe Rogan Experience

Some people have even speculated that the stunt may be a prank and even an advertisement for his hit podcast The Joe Rogan Experience

People on Twitter praised the stunt and congratulated Mollie Pratt for the proposal

People on Twitter praised the stunt and congratulated Mollie Pratt for the proposal

In another post, Twitter user @newfoundmass wrote: ‘I mean, I hate that someone has that kind of disposable income but on the other hand I respect it.’ 

Another Twitter user responded to that tweet and said that they ‘aspire to this level wealth & utter pettiness.’

Some people have even speculated that the stunt may be a prank and even an advertisement for his hit podcast The Joe Rogan Experience.

The broadcaster recently came under fire for telling young people not to get a COVID vaccine and  even conceded he is ‘not a respected source of information’ and branded himself a ‘f**king moron’ while walking back those comments.

The former Fear Factor host, 53, had said on an episode of The Joe Rogan Experience – the most popular podcast in the world on Spotify – that young adults should not get the vaccine. 

He has also worked as a longtime UFC interviewer and color commentator, and has earned an estimated $100 million from his work. 

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