It's no secret that Jake Paul got his start in the Vine world and it was MagCon that really skyrocketed him to fame. He went on to do other things like play a role in the Disney Channel comedy series Bizaardvark and create his own crew who now push out music.
Speaking of their music, Jake just released the music video for his song "It’s Everyday Bro (Song)" featuring Team 10 and they totally freaking diss MagCon and DigiTour. Wait...what? #RUDE. Yeah, it's a bit bizarre because these are the platforms that Jake got started on.
The lyric in the track that got everyone up in arms goes a little something like this, "I’m going off, I’m never falling off. Like Mag who… Digi who… Who are you?" Chance Sutton was the one who rapped the line. Even though the words didn't specifically come out of Jake's mouth, he is still getting dragged for it.
And he's not even getting backlash from just the fans, but Taylor Caniff has stepped in as well and given his thoughts on social media. And if you haven't already guessed, Taylor is not happy. He said, "You realise you made a music video at my business house beside my cars and dissed magcon a platform that got you started? earn your own crib."
You realise you made a music video at my business house beside my cars and dissed magcon a platform that got you started? earn your own crib https://t.co/1MOrgKK8y5— Taylor Caniff (@taylorcaniff) June 1, 2017
Yikes! Taylor has a point here. Not only did MagCon and DigiTour launched the career of Jake but also huge stars like Nash Grier and Cameron Dallas. As of late, we haven't heard them diss the conventions. However, looking at it from a different perspective, lots of celebrities have opened up about platforms, networks, and bands where they got their start in a negative light.
Jake isn't the first one to do so and unfortunately, he probably won't be the last.
This story originally appeared on our sister site J-14 magazine.