Follow Billboard. All rights reserved. Chances are, you've heard of Jake Paul. Paul has 10 million subscribers on YouTube, where he posts original tracks and vlogs with his Team 10 crew, and nearly that many followers on Instagram, where he posts performance pics and solemn solo shots. He is controversial: Paul has been accused of racism , bullying and making his L. He is also becoming commercially viable: Two of his more viral songs cracked the Billboard Hot this year, including the party-rap posse cut "It's Everyday Bro," which has earned million YouTube views. The diss track comes from RiceGum , a fellow YouTube celeb, and Alissa Violet , who is Paul's ex-girlfriend; "Its Everynight Sis" is an evisceration of Paul, that questions his moral character, sexual prowess and mainstream fame "Stop bragging, just accept nobody knows your Disney show! The "Sis" backstory involves a cheating scandal, Disney executives, allegations of abuse, a possibly fabricated Las Vegas marriage and a luxury Los Angeles mansion run by teenagers. The teen social media stars are growing up, and it's getting sordid.
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Err, wait. After that, the Disney Channel decided to part ways with Paul in the middle of the season of his show, Bizaardvark. They want me to lose. Want me in a noose. Ignoring the fact that this video alternates between Paul roaming a grocery store and driving a sports car, and also trying to fit too many syllables into each line to work within any conventional rhyme scheme, this track is off to a bad start. Man that shit changed me. See above, but instead of suicidal fans, sub in a child with a life-threatening medical condition. Also, the attempted rhyme of liars with virus. Okay, Jake. Aleksei A.
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This wiki. This wiki All wikis. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Man, where was y'all at when I was in the kitchen Whippin' up meals for kids on Thanksgiving? They were scared to come to school, man Where was y'all at when I was 17 years old and Living on my own trying to find a way to grow, man?
Although the title of the vid was "Jake Paul - YouTube Stars Diss Track," the video opens up with a black screen that says the opposite: "This is not a diss track. It's a message to all the news and hate. After that, Jake launches into a rap track where he implies the media and haters are out to get him. In the following pre-chorus, Jake accuses his haters and the media of ignoring all the good that he's done to focus on the bad. Jake slips in an apology for his recent bad behavior which includes setting fire to furniture in his empty pool and endangering his L. But Selena left Disney Channel after six long years. Once again, Jake is ignoring his recent actions that angered his neighbors. Just because they wanted pictures with him when he moved in doesn't mean they gave him free reign to wreak havoc in their neighborhood for his channel. To Jake, it may feel like the world is ignoring all the good he does and just focusing on the bad, but what he seems to be forgetting is that doing good things doesn't excuse the bad things someone does. While everyone makes mistakes, they're much harder to look past when there never seems to be any genuine apology or significant growth from those mistakes.