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Jake Paul exposes SoundCloud rapper for alleged theft

Published: 28/Nov/2018 20:44 Updated: 28/Nov/2018 20:49

by Virginia Glaze

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Controversial SoundCloud rapper ‘Kid Buu’ went live on SnapChat on November 26, claiming that he’d stolen popular YouTuber Jake Paul’s diamond-encrusted ‘Team 10’ chain.

The SnapChat in question featured Buu wearing a white hoodie, holding up what appeared to be Paul’s chain in front of the camera. Buu posted the video just ahead of another SnapChat, which read, “Fuck Jake Paul.”

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In the video, Buu claimed that he had “snatched” Paul’s chain, bragging that he could turn a sizeable profit from selling the necklace.

“Aye, fuck Jake Paul, I got that *** chain, bruh,” Buu boasted. “I snatched that *** shit. …this shit has a bounty on it. …I can get a lot of money from this ***, bro.”

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However, Paul has since claimed that the chain isn’t actually his, as revealed in a statement following the debacle. 

According to Paul, his friend owns a chain of the same make, and had merely let Buu borrow it during the time the SnapChat was taken. Paul likewise published a Tweet during the time of the incident that could mark a possible response to Buu, simply writing, “For suuuure.”

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This isn’t the first time Buu has lied about stealing from popular YouTubers, either; the rapper had likewise made attempts to lift ‘No Jumper’ podcast host Adam Grandmaison’s pet cat in late September – although his scheme didn’t actually work out.

Kid Buu was also at the center of internet controversy earlier in September, after he told podcast host Dj Vlad of ‘VladTV’ that he was a “second generation clone” who had escaped from his “cloning facility,” among other outlandish claims.

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David Dobrik calls police after “scary” stalker keys his assistant’s car

Published: 8/Oct/2020 23:46

by Virginia Glaze

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YouTube star David Dobrik is one of the internet’s most famous content creators — but living in the limelight isn’t always a cake walk, as he discovered after one of his viewers began stalking his home.

Boasting well over 18 million subscribers on YouTube, it comes as little surprise that Dobrik receives the occasional unwanted visitor at his house, which has happened several times before.

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However, this latest incident took a dark turn, as revealed during an episode of Dobrik and Jason Nash’s ‘VIEWS’ podcast in early October where the star revealed one viewer took things a little too far.

During the episode, Dobrik explained that the fan — a young woman in her “early twenties” — had sat outside of his home on the street curb for two days before banging on the door, yelling his name.

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In an episode of his VIEWS podcast with Jason Nash, David Dobrik revealed a disturbing encounter with a woman who was stalking him.

After Dobrik went outside to investigate, he reported that the viewer suffered from appeared to be a “panic attack” and quickly shouted “Nevermind, you can’t help me,” before “storming” out of his driveway.

Understandably concerned, Dobrik and company followed the woman, to no avail — but a day later, a neighbor texted the YouTuber that someone had keyed his assistant, Natalie’s, Ford Bronco.

The vehicle (pictured below) was etched with symbols, according to Dobrik, which included his name written in odd lettering.

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Upon investigating the car, David found that the woman was nearby, claiming she wanted to “apologize” — but quickly became what he described as “scary,” prompting him to call law enforcement for help in case things got sticky.

Luckily, the star was adamant that he didn’t want to “get her in trouble” but instead wanted her to “get help,” to which she agreed.

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While waiting on the police to arrive, Dobrik asked the woman why she’d stalked him, to which she replied: “He told me to just go for it.”

As for who “he” was? Dobrik claimed she said it was “the guy inside my head,” who told her that “if I came here, everything would be answered.”

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Thankfully, the police were “super f**king nice” when they arrived and took the woman to a hospital, prompting a hilarious chat with an officer who advised Dobrik to change his name on social media — something he replied he was a “little late” for.

While this is far from the first time an internet celebrity has been outright stalked, it’s good to know that this situation ended peacefully, with Dobrik understanding that his stalker didn’t have bad intentions, but merely needed help.