Call me Patrick Star, because apparently I've been living under a rock. I recognize his face from the once popular Vine app - he and his older brother Logan Paul made some funny compilations which grew recognition within millenialls and teens everywhere.
Fast forward about four years, both millionaires, both some young boys from Ohio, both business owners and brand ambassadors for some of the most recognizable brands in the world. BUT -
Logan Paul fell out of grace lately, after posting a video of a dead man's body, whom recently took his own life on YouTube and he was seen nervously laughing in the video. So what does that mean for you as a parent? Will you still allow your children and your own dollars to support Logan Paul?
He was caught by TMZ recently at LAX saying that "he is definitely coming back," and "everyone deserves a second chance." See that video, below.
What do you think?
As for Jake Paul, since moving to a closed housing estate - and no longer annoying his neighbors in the Hollywood hills, he has remained to lay low. Though the entrepreneur severed ties with Disney and ended his time working on the show "Bizaardvark," the soon to be 21-year old (literally tomorrow), seems to be making more sound business moves to consolidate his career.
If you don't know what Jake Paul does - but know your kids watch him, the easiest way to put it is:
-He creates content on YouTube (usually stunts) that are to entertain your kids
-He always plugs his merch (you've probably already bought some for your children)
-He's a 21-year old, living in LA, getting paid to "be him" and "showcase his personality," such as the track he and his team, "Team 10" made entitled "It's Everyday Bro."