It's only been a few days, but 2018 has already been a rough year for the Paul brothers. First, Youtube sensation Logan Paul found himself under fire for posting an insensitive video, in which he stumbled upon a dead body during a foray into Japan's notorious "suicide forest." In case you missed it, you can read all about that below. Suffice it to say, Logan Paul is still feeling the fallout from the video, as the moral outrage avalanche was so intense he ultimately opted to take a step back. However, as anyone remotely familiar with the Paul family knows, they're never too far from controversy.
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While big brother Logan was f exploring the Japanese wilderness, Jake Paul was busy stirring up some controversy his own. The younger Paul brother may have collaborated with the likes Gucci Mane and Rae Sremmurd, and it seems as if he now feels entitled to bust out the n-word. TMZ caught footage Jake Paul spitting some freestyle raps with a few friends in Palm Springs, during last year's Coachella weekend. In the footage, Paul raps over Rae Sremmurd's "Throw Sum Mo" instrumental, and casually drops the n-bomb with the line ""I whip it like my n***a Richie Vetter, he make the pu**y so wet it gets wetter." He also makes reference to his "little ass n***as" early in the clip.
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While "sources" close to Paul claim the vlogger isn't racist, the clip does show a clear lack social boundaries. Perhaps he needs Ice Cube to give him a stern talking to, a la Bill Maher.