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It’s nearly impossible to navigate your way through social media and make a mistake without it being brought to your attention. Even more so if you’re a NASCAR driver and your boss picks up on your mishap.

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Kyle Busch Motorsports driver Noah Gragson decided to do a nice thing for some fans. He had a few hoods from the 2017 season that he signed and left at the KBM retail store for a few lucky fans to come pick up.

While he apologized for the poor photo quality in his post, the disclaimer wasn’t enough for Kyle Busch. He told his young driver he’d had enough already and it’s time to get a new phone.

Gragson won his first race last year, so we know he’s got at least a little bit of cash to get a new phone. Maybe now that the boss has spoken up he’ll get around to making it happen.

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