Jake Paul Apologises And Deletes Tweet After Zayn Malik Outburst
Jake Paul has deleted a series of tweets and apologised for a recent drunken outburst.
The YouTuber was left red-faced after he directed a series of drunken messages at Zayn Malik - inviting the wrath of the former One Direction star's girlfriend, Gigi Hadid.
Waking up - probably a little worse for wear - Paul shared a post to his Twitter account, which said: "Someone needs to take my phone when i'm drunk because I am a f***ing idiot."
It comes after the 23-year-old sent a few angry tweets poking fun at Malik and claiming he was an 'angry childhood star'.
He wrote: "Almost had to clap up zane from 1 direction because he is a little guy and has an attitude and basically told me to f*** off for no reason when I was being nice to him....
"Zane ik you're reading this... stop being angry cause u came home alone to ur big ass hotel room hahaha.
"Bro he literally started yelling and freaking the f*** out 'you wanna test me mate' lol I feel bad for childhood stars [sic]."
But while Malik didn't respond to the comments, his partner and, ironically, Paul's ex Hadid certainly did - and she didn't hold back.
Giving the social media celeb what for, she wrote: "Lol cause he doesn't care to hang w you and your embarrassing crew of YouTube groupies ..? Home alone with his best friends like a respectful king cause he has me, sweetie. Unbothered by your irrelevant ugly ass. Go to bed [sic]."
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And if that wasn't enough, another of Paul's exes put the boot in, as fellow YouTuber Alissa Violet backed Hadid's comments.
She added: "Go off sis ily."
But it's not just Jake who has been in the firing line. It's not been a great time for his brother Logan, either.
Earlier this month, the 24-year-old shared a picture of himself topless with four women, with all but one of them wearing gas masks.
He captioned the photo: "F**k the corona virus [sic]."
The exact intention behind the post is unclear, but it seemed many people considered it inappropriate, given the extent of the harm caused by the virus and its spread.
One person said: "People are dying from the coronavirus. Nothing to joke about. Guess he never learns."
Another said: "Man this isn't funny at all. It's spreading all over the world."
A third added: "There are people in China dying and you making a joke out of it?
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