However, a lot of people aka all of you moms out there reading this, don't know who he is. Jake is a social media personality with his own You Tube channel.
He video blogs every day about his daily shenanigans lives in a house with his friends which he calls Team 10.
Jake was born in Clevland, Ohio on January 17, 1997.
He has a younger brother, Roman Paul and an older brother Logan Paul. Jake's mom's name is Pamela Stepnick and his dad's name is Greg Paul. People know that’s fake, and it’s one of the biggest things of entertainment." Soo, yeah, his relationship with Erika is for your pure entertainment – enjoy it while it lasts!
He played a role on the show but after a series of discussions, Jake said the decision was mutual. A lot of the content Jake puts up on his video blogs isn't exactly family friendly.
The pros of taking this call to action are infinite. Everyone thought it was super crazy and came to the conclusion that Disney Channel actually fired him over his antics rather than believe the mutually parting ways excuse that he gave.Now, weeks later, he admitted that Disney did come to him and essentially kick him off the show.Jake and Logan were supposedly obsessed with the channel Smosh. and basically said that whole relationship was fake and they were never dating in the first place. Jake also came out with an alleged diss track against Alissa called, "It's Everyday Bro." She fired back with a track of her own called, "It's Everyday Sis." After the Alissa drama went down, all eyes were on Jake and his crew to see what would happen next.The brothers then started uploading their videos to a channel called, Zoosh. It was in the middle of July that reported that the gang was having crazy parties and conducting insane stunts in their neighborhood.
“I’ve been reading a lot about the American Revolution and recently binge-watched so I’m really curious about the pros and cons of democracy versus a parliamentary system versus a monarchy,” he said. Also, unfortunately, he’s perhaps a little paranoid: “When you first said ‘set you up,’ I thought you meant for a prank,” he told Rapkin. If he weren't a touch suspicious about what strangers might want from him, then it’d be disconcerting.