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Facts about Jake Paul's It's Everyday Bro & Meaningful Quotes

Updated on September 3, 2017

It's Everyday Bro is the most famous song on the internet - until Look What You Made Me Do I guess . . . and Despacito. But you get it, it was very famous. Unless you've been living under the rock, you must have heard about it. There are always people who live under the rocks though so I will do you a favor by explaining. Of course, I'm not making fun of those who live under the rocks - living under the rocks are pretty cool. I mean, it's like Patrick Star, right? And Patrick rocks. Wait, don't tell me you don't know Patrick? That's just too much but oh well. Patrick Star is from Spongebob, a cartoon by the way.

Patrick looks a little something like this
Patrick looks a little something like this

Okay, now I've gone off trail. I'm sorry. Anyway, I will explain to you what is It's Everyday Bro. It's a music video by Jake Paul and his production team, none other than Team 10! Jake Paul is a famous youtuber who does pranks and daily vlogs - or video blogs. I'd tell you more about it here but well, you have to scroll to find out more about the video! Also, there will be epic quotes from It's Everyday Bro at the end.

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It's Everyday Bro - Jake Paul & Team 10

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It's Everyday Bro Origin

It;'s Everyday Bro originated from a feud between Alissa Violet, one of Team 10 members and Jake Paul! But it goes way back though. I think the title is named that because Jake Paul vlogs daily. There will always be a video though recently, he is banned from vlogging.

Anyway about the feud. It was one of the biggest feud on Youtube. It got many people that have nothing to do with it involved such as Ricegum. Though, he created a fire disstrack so it's alright! Here, take a look!

It's EveryNight Sis - Ricegum & Alissa Violet

So, what's the cause of these disstracks? Apparently, Alissa Violet was kicked out by Jake Paul from the Team 10 house because Alissa Violet allegedly cheated on him. And the question arose. Are they even dating? Jake Paul was always denying it. He also kissed lots of girls on many occasions. Then after a while, Jake Paul dropped It's Everyday Bro. Alissa Violet, of course wasn't having it. She collaborated with RiceGum and they created a video together. Then she posted an explanation on Youtube, claiming she and Jake are not dating. It's a complicated relationship. Someday, Jake would act all sweet to her and the next day, he will off with another girl. Confusing, right? Right. So, Alissa Violet decided to bring a guy home one day. The result? She got kicked out. You can watch the detailed explanation from Alissa down below!

There are two sides to every story and it's up to you which to believe!

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It's Everyday Bro caused his brother to be involved as well. In fact, it created a chain of disstracks involving his brother - all because of It's Everyday Bro. In fact, Jake Paul just dropped his newest one a few days prior. It's a disstrack but it's directed to himself. Perhaps, all the hate made him made one.

The Fall of Jake Paul - Logan Paul

I Love You, Bro - Jake Paul feat Logan Paul

The Rise of Pauls - Logan Paul feat Jake Paul

It's Everyday Bro is the Seventh Most Liked Video

In a way, this video broke a record I guess. It's Everyday Bro got 2 million dislikes - which is twice the amount of likes It's Everyday Bro got. Why this got so many dislikes though? Well, I'm not that sure but perhaps, the lyrics are just laughable. Perhaps, the rap wasn't that good. For whatever reasons, people don't like it. On a brighter note, at least it gets view right?

It's Everyday Bro is Made in a Day

Well, that's amazing right? After all, his nickname is One Take Jake. He is known for completing a difficult scene in one take. One comment says something hilarious though, something about how he made it in a day made the video so horrible. Well, whatever the outcome, it's still pretty amazing, I guess, to be able to finish it in a day.

It also earned a various reactions too. There is even a challenge called watching It's Everyday Bro for 10 Hours Straight. I'm not even sure how that's possible but it was pretty impressive.

Funny Lyrics

Okay, I don't know what happened but he came up with the stupidest lyrics ever. Maybe, he just went on and found some words that rhyme so it sounds like a good rap. Unfortunately that's not the case. Now let's begin the meaningful quotes from It's Everyday Bro.

Passin' all the competition, Pewdiepie is next.

Pewdiepie's subscribers are over than 50 millions. Jake Paul's is around 10 millions. That means, 40 million more to go. Good luck with that.

And I just dropped some new merch and it's selling like a god, church.

I'm not sure what 'God, church' means but I guess it has some sort of meaning to Jake Paulers. Since I'm not one of them, I don't know what it means. It's still funny though.

Yeah, I smell good. Is that your boy's cologne?

And if it weren't for Team 10, then the US would be shitty.

Is explanation even needed?

But the most meaningful quote of all goes to . . .

England is my city.

For those who haven't noticed, I'm just being sarcastic. Okay, I may sound like I'm poking fun at Jake Paul but I don't hate him or anything like that. I throw in some good words from time to time and says something I dislike about his video. Though I try to stay neutral most of the times. It's Everyday Bro is not my cup of tea however, I must admit. If you like it, that's cool. People's opinions are different. That's what makes the world so interesting. If you hate it, it's cool too. Sometimes, we can't like certain stuff. It's all up to you. We all gotta admit that the video is entertaining though. Well, at least I was entertained. So, what do you think of It's Everyday Bro?


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      2 years ago

      i love the song


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