After creating his YouTube channel in 2013, and amassing virtually 20 million followers, it appears as if Jake Paul could also be contemplating different profession choices. On Sunday, Aug. 23, he was interviewed by The Hollywood Repair whereas he was out for drinks with associates and his spouse, Tana Mongeau. The interviewer inquired about his newest music video launch for the music, “23,” after which requested if he was beginning to draw back from vlogging.
Jake, who appeared inebriated, instructed the superstar information outlet that he plans to change his focus to his music profession now that it appears to be taking off, and pursue different issues, as a result of YouTube is a “dead-end.”
“Yeah, I don’t f–k with that YouTube s–t, it’s a dead-end… They don’t pay s–t,” Jake instructed the interviewer, squinting on the digital camera. “F**okay you YouTube. Nah, I make my cash in different methods, I’m the proprietor of Fanjoy.” Watch the complete interview under.
Fanjoy is an influencer merchandising firm. Jake will not be the only real proprietor of Fanjoy, because it was technically based by the CEO, Chris Vaccarino. Nevertheless, Jake may be very concerned with the corporate, and he has apparently achieved fairly a bit to popularize and construct out the e-commerce website.