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4 August 2017, 15:29 | Updated: 4 December 2017, 11:10
It seems that once again, YouTuber Jake Paul has left us wondering whether we should turn the internet off for good (on second thoughts, let’s not be rash), as he has caused more fury with his outrageous behaviour.
Jake, who has got 9.3 million subscribers on YouTube, after making the switch from Vine, has had a bit of an endless stream of hate due to his OTT LA lifestyle.
Fans are hitting out against him this time for his ‘racist’ comments in the most recent vlog.
#JakePaulIsOverParty was trending thanks to a moment in a blog which saw him pranking McDonald’s employees by sending his self-driving car through the drive-thru with no one behind the wheel.
A fan quickly noticed him and ran over, asking for a selfie.
The fan was then asked by Jake where he was from before Jake proceeded to say, “It sounds like you’re just going to blow someone up”.
"the floor is jake paul" pic.twitter.com/4b5UeZqjCm— m (@lovingemi) August 4, 2017
#jakepaulisoverparty— ㅤㅤㅤ (@morinmultis) August 3, 2017
white boys to stan instead of jake paul:
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okay but he already had it bad and then he went and called a dude with an accent a terrorist in his vlog. disgusting. #jakepaulisoverparty— sarah (@sarahbradyyyy) August 3, 2017
I love this hashtag #jakepaulisoverparty— pizza (@kian_pizza) August 4, 2017
Are you 12 year olds really defending Jake Paul right now? Are you serious? May God have mercy on you #jakepaulisoverparty— Jasmine (@Hispanicjasmine) August 3, 2017
Despite criticism, Jake is still attempting to become the first ever person to hit 12 million subscribers in 12 months. We reckon he may want to change some of his content before that will happen.
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