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The Paul Brothers

Updated on September 23, 2017

Logan Paul

Logan Alexander Paul (born April 1, 1995) is a social media star and actor. He first gained fame through videos shared on the internet video service Vine (R.i.p) in which the athletic Paul engages in physical comedy, including slapstick pratfalls and public splits.

Paul later branched out into acting in television series and films. His television work includes guest-starring on dramatic series such as Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and comedies such as Weird Loners. His film work includes the dystopian science fiction YouTube Red film The Thinning, and the adult comedy Airplane Mode.

His YouTube channels are called Logan Paul Vlogs and TheOfficialLoganPaul.

Jake Paul

Jake Joseph Paul (born January 17, 1997) is an American actor and YouTube personality who rose to internet fame on the now-defunct video application Vine . Paul is known for playing the role of Dirk on the Disney Channel series Bizaardvark. On January 17, 2017, it was reported Paul had launched Team 10 with $1 million in financing to create management and creative agency around teen entertainment. Investors include Danhua Capital, Horizons Alpha, Vayner Capital, Sound Ventures & A-Grade Investments, and Adam Zeplain. His YouTube channel has over 8 million views.

The "Diss" Track

The "Diss" Tracks

All of this started after Logan Paul was in the process of vlogging with the "Why Don't We" band crew and they mentioned Jake Paul's song "Its Everyday Bro." Logan being a songwriter didn't understand that the song was probably just for fun, and not to be taken as seriously as a song that's made by real songwriters. Although this one-day written song reached the top of the charts quick, I personally think that the song could have more potential if he hired professional's writers and took the time to produce a song. This song was hated on by many, and replayed to show other friends how under-produced this song was, and was probably why this song hit the top. Anyway, this offended Jake Paul and encouraged him to write another 1-day "diss track" which was again under-produced, called "Logang Sucks." This then caused Logan to retaliate and release a song called "The Fall of Jake Paul." This song was featuring the "Why Don't We" boys, and Jake Paul's "Ex" Alissa Violet. This song clearly overcame Jake's track, but since he apologized Logan decided not to release the second verse of the song. Instead he sent one to Jake and one he threw into the Harbor.



The Paul Brothers soon apologized for their diss tracks and both made a song telling the world that hey will be okay and love each other. But soon after when Jake and Team 10 put up a billboard defacing Logan Paul and promoting their merchandise without his consent, which he didn't like. Logan Paul then thinks of painting his garage and telling him that if he didnt take it down hell release the second verse. But what if Jake used that to his advantage. Even though Jake Paul is incredibly incompetent, the one thing he knows he can win at is business, which is probably why he has more subscribers than Logan Paul. Think about it He makes a Song, "Diss" Track, another Song, married Erika Costell, and then released another song he's constantly trying to stay trending.He thought that if he released it on himself that those viewers that were waiting to watch it off of Logan's Channel would x2 when they came to his. Theres's also promotion involved you think that Jake Paul didnt think that he wouldn't get nominated for a Teen's Choice award and what better way than to steal his brothers publicity and use it for himself.

© 2017 Noel Obi


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