Popular YouTuber Jake Paul Uses "N-Word" In Filmed Rap Freestyle

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The Gucci Mane collaborator dropped "n-gga" twice in his rhymes.

(AllHipHop News) Just days after popular YouTuber Logan Paul was heavily criticized for posting a video featuring the body of a Japanese suicide victim, footage of his sibling using the word "n-gga" has surfaced. TMZ uploaded a clip of 20-year-old Team 10 founder Jake Paul rapping to Rae Sremmurd's "Throw Sum Mo" beat.

The freestyle includes Jake saying "little ass n-ggas" and "I whip it like my n-gga Richie Vetter, he make the p-ssy so wet it gets wetter." A source told TMZ that the onetime star of Disney Channel's Bizaardvark has supposedly matured since the video was shot 8 months ago.

Previously, former Team 10 members Ivan and Emilio Martinez accused Jake Paul of bullying the Spanish speakers because of their difficulty with the English language. Jake eventually apologized to the Martinez Twins.

Jake Paul is just as famous on YouTube as his brother Logan. The Teen Choice Award winner has over 12 million subscribers and 3 billion total views on the platform.

21 million of those views are for Jake's "It's Everyday Bro (Remix)" featuring Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane. The video is also one of the most disliked uploads on YouTube with more than 640,000 down votes.

Jake Paul also made an appearance on Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club in December. The video for that interview has an 8,000 like to 19,000 dislike ratio on YouTube.

"Eight to fifteen years old is my core audience," stated Paul on the radio show. "I'm making music for that younger generation. I'm trying to not talk about gnarly stuff that rappers normally talk about. I'm trying not to swear as much."

He added, "I also want to be a good role model."


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