Some Company Already Hired Jake Paul Following His Disney Channel Exit
Well, that was fast! Days after Jake Paul “mutually agreed” to part ways with Disney Channel’s Bizaardvark, the problematic YouTuber already booked another gig. Yes, someone actually hired him. To do real work. At a real company.
According to Deadline, the 20-year-old social media star joined Loton Corp’s LiveXLive Studios as a contributing social editor, joining fellow Internet celebrities King Bach (Andrew B. Bachelor) and Amanda Cerny for the ride.
“Individually, and as a team, the trio will create original short-form content and viral promotions on the LiveXLive platform for their massive millennial audiences,” LiveXLive says in a statement.
The “It’s Everyday Bro” rapper adds, “I love music, my followers love music, and I know LiveXLive is the ultimate home for the live music experience. We’re going to bring great comedy and great music together like no one else is doing, and we’ll have incredible access and resources to do it.”
This news comes hot on the heels of the potential lawsuit that may be filed against Jake Paul and the homeowner of the Team 10 house, as neighbors claim the residents of the dwelling are ruining the surrounding area. “We used to be a really nice, quiet street,” one neighbor explained to KTLA 5 News, “and now we’re just, like, this war zone… We’re families here, and we’re more than happy to have them live here if they’re respectful of their neighbors, but they’re not.”
Jake is not entirely indifferent, saying, “It’s terrible, it’s a bad situation. I feel bad for them, for sure.” …but he’s not going to change his lifestyle. “There’s nothing we can do, though,” the YouTuber continued. “The Jake Paulers are the strongest army out there.”