Category: YouTube drama

   

Trisha Paytas claims ex Jason Nash cheated on her twice

It’s been a few weeks since YouTuber Trisha Paytas finally confirmed that Jason Nash broke up with her back in February after she released an “expose” video about him and his friend and business partner David Dobrik. Even since she revealed the breakup, she’s been crying about the breakup on YouTube and Instagram and behaving erratically. She stated that getting over this breakup has been extremely hard for her because this is the first time an ex hasn’t cheated on her. Last night, however, on both Twitter and Instagram, Trisha revealed that she just found out that Jason had cheated on her during their one-year relationship at least twice. She offered no receipts to prove her claims, but says she had received screenshots from a girl that showed his old phone number.

   
   

Do Jake and Logan Paul hate each other? Did Logan Paul admit to being a sociopath?

The third installment of Shane Dawson’s YouTube documentary series on Jake Paul will drop today, and this time he’s delving into the toxic Paul family dynamic. His first episode posed the question of whether or not Jake Paul is a sociopath because of the extreme antisocial antics he takes part in to dominate YouTube with his Team 10, and the second episode was a look into what a sociopath actually is with therapist Kati Morton. The second received a huge amount of backlash because Shane intercut his conversation with Kati Morton with highly sensational and emotionally manipulative scary images and scenes while horror much played. One path the series is already steering its audience is to not necessary look to Jake Paul for the sociopathic tendencies, but to his brother Logan Paul.

Did vloggers The ACE Family fake being robbed for YouTube? (Exclusive Receipts)

Wildly successful family vloggers The ACE Family (Austin McBroom, 8-month pregnant Catharine Paiz, and toddler daughter Elle McBroom uploaded a 30 minute video on Thursday, August 16, 2018 detailing a troubling situation. The family had taken a day trip Disneyland and returned home to their home burglarized and ransacked. Now Internet sleuths, YouTube drama channels and Instagram accounts claim that the family staged the break-in for YouTube and a receipt surfaced that seems to indicate the family paid a group of cop actors to film a video with them on Thursday. Starcasm has obtained evidence to suggest that the family probably was burglarized, but on a the 15th, not the 16th!