There Are 66k People Who Paid Actual Money To Watch That YouTuber Wedding, But Don’t Worry: They’re Getting Their Money Back
Yesterday, we posted about that (most likely fake) trash bag wedding between YouTubers Jake Paul and Tana Mongeau? I’m talking about the wedding that was 10 minutes long, half an hour late and came complete with a staged brawl? It’s now being reported that there were people who literally paid money in exchange for seeing those romantic nuptials described above. Well, these idiots are lucky, because someone up in the Heavens decided to let them catch a break for their poor choices, and those people are eligible to get their money back because the wedding sucked that badly.
Tana and Jake got hitched on Sunday in a trashy ceremony in Las Vegas, which was probably faked. They have no marriage license, and the couple had only been together for a few months, and Tana had previously pranked Jake with being pregnant, so these two are used to pulling tricks to get some viewers. Well this one worked… ish.
TMZ says this garbage was live streamed. I know: the Apocalypse really could not come soon enough. Or maybe it’s happened? It probably happened–This seems like the aftermath. 66,000 people paid money to be a part of the live-stream. The price? Between $50 and $75. Listen up, if you are willing to pay more than a penny to watch Jake Paul get fake married to Tana Mongeau? You. Are. Deserving. Of. The. Consequences. Luckily for these people, I’m not the one in charge of their refunds.
This was done through the streaming app, Halogen, and the people who watched the stream complained that it was a shaky, laggy, frozen, garbled mess. People came hard asking for a refund, which like: if the quality of the stream was good would you think your money was worth it? Fools… Anyway, TMZ found out that Apple and Google Play are both returning money to customers who wasted it. Halogen didn’t say if they will also have to be paying back Apple and Google for the refunds, but a rep did say this:
“Many high-profile creators use Halogen to broadcast their live events. Sometimes onsite technical issues with third-party production providers used by creators can cause fans to experience issues while viewing streams.”
I mean, if the clips of this shit show are any indication of what kind of content they were in for, the people should be getting paid damages for being exposed to this wedding. Screw a refund, take this a step further. Check out this glimpse into Hell, from HollywoodLife YouTube:
People paid for that? They paid actual usable money to experience this? Why not just go to a local frat party after everyone is too drunk to function and the white girls have sweat out their extensions? It will have the same energy, promise. How wasteful with money can people be? This that Fyre Festival/Goop jade pussy egg audience.