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Jake Paul takes aim at former Team 10 member Chance Sutton

Published: 18/Oct/2018 23:31 Updated: 18/Oct/2018 23:32

by Virginia Glaze


YouTube star Jake Paul could be calling out former Team 10 member Chance Sutton, after Sutton made a Tweet about moving into a new home.

Paul’s response to Sutton’s post insinuated that Sutton owed him money, and that his Tweet about the move was an attempt to cover up that fact that he is low on funds.

“Errybody out here acting like they making moves,” Paul wrote. “Snapchatting new homes & shit, but they still owe me money. Don’t think I forgot. I got bigger fish to fry, but it’s just got me over here laughing at how broke y’all really be. #StickToTheCode”

He then followed up with another Tweet, which implied that he had even more dirt on other YouTubers.

“I wish I could show y’all all the tweets that I don’t tweet,” he continued.

Sutton’s initial Tweet about his move was met with ample criticism from Jake’s fans, who implied that he moved out because he owed money to Jake Paul, and that his depart from Team 10 could be landing him on hard times.

“Should have stayed in the T10 house, where you don’t have to pay rent, you live rent free, everything there is free,” one user replied. “You are going downhill ever since you left🤪 harder life without the boys ay?”

While Sutton hasn’t responded to Jake’s Tweet, he did follow up with another post that could hint at a covert response to Paul’s criticism.

“The better path in life is sometimes hidden,” he stated. “Don’t get dragged down the wrong one.”

Sutton left Team 10 in May 2018, just after former COO Nick Crompton also took his leave of the group.


$375,000 Pokemon Trading Card Game box opening ends in absolute tragedy

Published: 29/Oct/2020 20:21

by Brent Koepp


A Pokemon Trading Card Game livestream ended in disaster after it was quickly discovered that the booster packs were fake. The YouTube channel spent over $375k on the 1st Edition base set box, only for it to be resealed. 

Despite making its debut in 1999, the Pokemon TCG has exploded in popularity over the past two years. The hobby hit an all-time high in October when influencer Logan Paul opened a base set booster box he paid $216k for while livestreaming.

However, things didn’t work out as well for another YouTube channel who paid $375k for the same item. The livestream unboxing of the rare collectible quickly turned tragic when it was discovered that the TCG item was actually fake.

fake pokemon card booster box
Twitter: @DumbMoneyTV
The rare sealed 1st Edition booster box was actually fake.

Rare Pokemon TCG box opening ends in complete disaster

The event was hosted by YouTube channel ‘Dumb Money Live’ and included popular Pokemon content creators such as Lee ‘Leonhart’ Seinfeld. The rare 1st Edition base set booster box was bought for a record-breaking $375 through Logan Paul’s collectible trader ‘Collectables Guru.’

“The owner of the box supposedly bought three boxes when he was a child. They sat in the gun safe the entire time,” the Pokemon dealer explained. However, they quickly realized something was amiss after breaking the seal. Several booster packs were different colors, and some weren’t even 1st Edition.

“Oh no. That is a major f**king deal!” Guru exclaimed. The personality opening the box then revealed the problem: “It’s not even base set cards, these are Jungles! Wow. This is a resealed box. It’s random!”

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Upset, Collectable Guru called up the seller and explained that the box was resealed. “We opened the box literally live and they’re resealed packs. There is like base set 2 mixed in, half of them are 1st Edition. But they are all resealed, this is absolutely unacceptable. How is this going to be taken care of immediately?”

Stunned by the whole thing, Leonhart stood by and said, “Oh my gosh, I was not expecting that.” Guru came back and updated the group and explained that the seller had two other boxes that they were going to open first before bringing them back to the YouTubers.

youtubers opening fake pokemon card box
YouTube: Dumb Money LIVE
The YouTubers were floored after the rare Pokemon box was fake.

To add salt to the wound, the box opening was done on stream for charity. Dumb Money Live gave an update and addressed the situation a day later stating: “I don’t know a single person in my network that hasn’t been defrauded as an investor. You have to give sellers a benefit to make this right.”

At the time of writing, the situation has not been entirely rectified. The channel will open a booster pack on October 30 live to verify that the second box is actually real. However, it appears that if this one is fake as well, the seller claims they will refund the content creators their $375k.