We were all wondering what Jake Pauls next move would be after he made a racist joke about a fans accent. And I think its safe to say he responded exactly the way we may have assumed he would. The 20 year old decided to address the situation with a rap that really brushes over the racist incident itself and mainly addresses the media. Take a listen.
In regards to the racist comments he raps quote, “I’m sorry for my actions man, I’m asking for forgiveness man,”
Though the intention of the rap may have been to own up to his mistakes, it really was just a huge blast at the media while he played the victim. The thing is, the media may not be there for every good deed done, because it is what is expected of a human being. To be a good human, if we did every good deed just so it would be noticed by the media, it doesn’t really say much of who we are as a human.
The commenters of the video seem to be echoing these exact thoughts. One commenter, HazelPinnaple said, “what about the people who do all those good things but dont act like dicks in their free time??”
And Eric D called it a “whine track.”
He even called out the media for his Disney days saying quote, “Where was y’all at when Selena left Disney
Didn’t talk sh*t to her but now you talk sh*t to me
A YouTube commenter (Qamar Munir26 minutes ago) Said:
“Yeah Selena left Disney but you got Fired.”
Seems to be a lot of feelings during this “not so Diss track.” What do you think of Jake Pauls rap as he dabs on the media? Playing victim or being sincere? Let us know in the comments below and as always don’t forget to subscribe to Clevver News. Thanks so much for watching. I’m your girl Meghan Lamontagne and I’ll catch ya later!
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