6 Reasons Why Everyone Hates Jake Paul & His Dramatic Timeline
ourGemCodes doesn’t condone hate in any form.
There’s a difference between being hateful and holding someone accountable. Currently on YouTube, Jake Paul — an ex-vine star and youtuber — has been in constant YouTube drama. And lately, it’s become “cool” to hate on Jake Paul. If anyone defends Jake Paul, the conversation always turns sour as to why you shouldn’t like him.
We’re going to explore the different reasons why people have grown to dislike Jake Paul. Sure, he’s done some pretty stupid things but is it deserving? Here’s the list:
Jake Paul is an arrogant douche bag
Jake Paul made a song bragging about his subscriber count, wealth and kicking his ex-gf out of the Team 10 house. Jake also references how much money he’s making in multiple vlogs. Jake gives the impression that he is somehow better than everyone which people interpret as cockiness.
Outside of this, people don’t like Jake due to his personality (which is based on opinion). And other than that, people tend to gravitate toward hating Jake due to his actions described in this list.
Does Jake deserve the hate for being arrogant?
Mostly yes. It’s sometimes better to be humble.
Jake Paul cheated on his ex-girlfriend Alyssa Violet
Jake Paul cheated on his ex-girlfriend Alyssa Violet as confirmed by several girls and members of his own Team 10 crew; most notably that of Tessa Brooks. The reason this isn’t 100% true is because Alyssa and Jake never confirmed their “relationship“. The two obviously liked each other and were deeply affected by the “cheating” both admitted to have done. Alyssa admitted she cheated on Jake as well. And by the time Alyssa was ousted from the house, they were already broken-up from a relationship that wasn’t even really a thing.
I feel sorry for anyone who gets with my ex… that fool is gonna love my ass forever pic.twitter.com/kKCVzlIEL7
— Alissa Violet (@AlissaViolet) March 15, 2017
Alyssa was kicked out due to breaking the Team 10 contract. Alyssa’s success and fame is largely due in part to Jake Paul. After she was dropped, Alyssa made allegations toward Jake to discredit his image and make her relevant.
Does Jake deserve the hate from the Alyssa Violet controversy?
Probably not since they were never dating. She was using him for fame.
Jake made a diss song at Logan, his fans, and a band called Why Don’t We
Jake Paul made a diss track taking digs at Logan Paul’s fanbase and a band called Why Don’t We. Due to the song, people began attacking Jake by criticizing his poor rapping skills.
Jake Paul later admitted the diss tracks were a joke and they were setup for publicity. And since he is Logan Paul’s brother; he’s in the Logang too.
Does Jake deserve the hate for the diss track?
Yes and no. He deserves hate for not knowing how to rap.
Jake Paul doesn’t care about his neighbors
Jake Paul’s neighbors have contacted the authorities for disrupting the peace. Jake’s fans have been seen outside his house causing traffic to stop. Jake emptied his swimming pool and used it as a place to light fires causing smoke to fill nearby homes. Jake also has been seen riding his dirt bike up and down his neighbors lawns.
When Jake was interviewed by local news, he admitted that he feels sorry for his neighbors but there’s nothing he can do. He also recorded a conversation with his neighbors without them knowing (which is illegal in the state of California).
Crazy how many ppl care about me being a "bad" neighbor
bigger fish 2 fry…
innocent ppl r getting shot everyday
U shld worry about tht
— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) July 19, 2017
Is it this all Jake’s fault? Not at all, but people seem to want to put the entire blame on him. Jake is not the home-owner and he’s simply renting. The home-owner is under his father’s name. Other Team 10 members have been seen causing just as much trouble — if not more — with little to no public scrutiny. For example, the Martinez Twins did an overnight challenge in the pool where they made loud noises throughout the entire night.
Does Jake deserve the hate for his neighbor’s complaints?
Mostly not. The home-owner is responsible for evictions and this isn’t *only* Jake’s fault.
Jake Paul Doxxed Post Malone
Dox is whenever you release the private information of any private citizen.
Post Malone is a rapper who openly joked about disliking Jake Paul. As a joke, Post Malone purchased Jake Paul’s merchandise through a website called FanJoy. Upon purchase, Jake decided to deliver the merchandise personally.
H3h3 made a video insinuating that Jake Paul released Post Malone’s address and license plate numbers. However, if you watch the video (above); you can see this is not true whatsoever. No address numbers or license plate numbers can be seen. H3h3 tries speaking for Post Malone by saying Post is “too nice” to turn Jake Paul away. It would seem H3h3 was devising drama of his own by exposing this video that would otherwise have been over looked.
Does Jake deserve hate for showing Post Malone’s house?
Mostly not. Jake asked Post Malone if it’s cool if he could vlog and Post Malone said yes.
Jake Paul is young and successful
Jake Paul is 20 years old and has 9 million subscribers on YouTube. He has the fastest growing YouTube channel in recorded history (not including PewDiePie since PewDiePie openly admitted that most of his subscribers are fake).
The YouTube community has collaboratively come together to hate on Jake Paul by perpetuating negativity. Jake Paul has done some stupid things but to collectively hate the guy is dumb in itself. He’s young and successful and makes YouTube videos.
Does Jake deserve hate from the entire YouTube Community?
No. When you hear YouTubers cover Jake Paul, listen to their poise. Jealousy and hate come in all forms.