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Jake Paul claims Austin McBroom’s wife Catherine Paiz is in his DMs

Published: 15/Nov/2020 16:51

by Charlotte Colombo

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YouTubers Jake Paul and the ACE Family have engaged in a public spat on Instagram, after Austin McBroom called Paul “weak AF” for not fighting him, before Paul fired back saying he had “receipts” that his wife, Catherine McBroom, was in his DMs.

The drama started when Austin McBroom announced that, like many online entertainers recently, he too would step into the ring as a ‘professional’ boxer.

Announcing the new venture on Instagram, McBroom said in a post: “I’ve been an athlete my entire life so it would be disappointing for me not to get involved.”

He then announced a $5 million boxing challenge, wherein he pledged $5 million for “whoever stepped into the ring with me.” Calling out YouTuber and amateur fighter Jake Paul, McBroom tagged him in the post, saying that Paul had been “running from [him] for years” and challenged him to take up his offer.

 

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Responding to McBroom’s challenge – which also involved him posting a picture of Paul on his story calling him “weak AF” along with brother Logan Paul and TikToker Bryce Hall – Jake Paul simply hit back with the quip: “I would be more worried about your wife in my DMs”, implying that Catherine Paiz had been messaging him behind her husband’s back.

While Catherine was quick to deny the accusations – posting on her own Instagram story that she “forgot [Paul] existed until [her] husband mentioned [him] today, she was just as quick to delete her story – a fact that Paul picked up in his own response to her.

Continuing the argument on his own story, Paul reposted Catherine’s story along with the message: “Austin had her hit the quick story delete”.

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Jake Paul responded to Austin’s mocking by publicly claiming that his wife, Catherine, had been messaging him.

He also posted a screenshot of what looks like Catherine Paiz sending him a message on Instagram showing that she asked him to delete his story concerning accusations of her messaging him.

Implying that there’s more to his relationship with Paiz, Paul then posted a poll on his Instagram story asking fans whether he should “post the receipts” of his interactions with Catherine.

Later uploading a video, Paul finished his tirade of accusations by saying: “People shouldn’t call me out because I know too much about everyone”.

With Jake Paul stirring up accusations of infidelity between the ACE couple, this isn’t the first time the couple’s relationship has appeared less than perfect. Fans recently expressed concern after a YouTube video – which was later removed – showed Austin shouting and swearing at Catherine, with one fan claiming that this was evidence of an “unhealthy relationship”.

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HAchubby reveals HAchuMart convenience store struggles after Twitch success

Published: 25/Feb/2021 6:22

by Andrew Amos

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Korean Twitch star HAchubby won people’s hearts over with her shifts at a convenience store. Now, she owns her very own HAchuMart. However, it didn’t come without its fair share of challenges, which she opened up about on February 24.

From an Emart to HAchuMart, popular Korean Twitch streamer HAchubby has carved out a niche with her content following her mundane life working at a convenience store.

After quitting her old job due to concerns about privacy, she decided to become her own boss by opening up her own convenience store in Busan, South Korea. It was a spur of the moment decision, but once her mind was made, she was resolved to do it for her viewers.

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HAchubby opened her own convenience store in January 2021.

I lost a big part of my stream and my life. And my viewers lost something they enjoyed to watch every weekend. I didn’t really want to quit this job because it kept me connected to the real world,” she said in a February 24 video, talking about leaving her previous job.

“So I promised the viewers, don’t worry, we will have our own convenience store next year. I was crazy. I promised that I didn’t think well enough. I didn’t think about costs, staff, or location. I just said I was going to do it.”

Now, HAchuMart is open and free for anyone to visit ⁠— well, if you can make it to South Korea. The cute little market features a bunch of HAchubby’s favorite items. However, it was truly a community endeavor, with her stream helping her out along the way.

“Since then everyone was looking forward to it, a lot of people sent me cheering messages. Some viewers even supported me with donations,” she said.

“I asked my viewers to help me [design the store]. A lot of them shared their ideas, gave feedback, and worked on creative new designs. I made a lot of designs with my viewers, including the logo, uniform, and even the ice cream box. I’m thankful to everyone who helped me make it. I don’t think I’d be able to make it on my own.”

Between trying to stick to a 2020 deadline, dealing with lockdowns, and not even having an ounce of business experience, it was a tough time for HAchubby. But now, her dreams have been realized, and she’s so happy for all the support from friends and family along the way.

“This was my first business ever, and I thought it would be hard for me to do it. I still can’t believe how many people decided to help. It was a miracle. It was very busy, but I was lucky enough to have family and friends to help me.

“I really achieved what I had dreamed of. This is not just another convenience store. HAchuMart is the result of many people working together to make a dream come true.

“It all started with a girl streaming her part-time job, and with the support of the viewers, family, and friends, this girl now has her own convenience store.”