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Entertainment • Nov 18, 2018

Jake Paul tells all on breakup with Erika Costell in brand-new YouTube series

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Jake Paul tells all on breakup with Erika Costell in brand-new YouTube series

YouTube star Jake Paul has uploaded a teaser for his upcoming series, ‘Jake Paul Uncut’ - and it’s looking like ‘The Mind of Jake Paul’ Part II.

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Paul previously teased the series during a vlog on October 27, claiming that it required ‘constant filming.’ Now, it’s apparent why; Paul’s series appears to be a behind-the-scenes look into Team 10, with candid segments where Paul talks to the camera, alone.

A few of these segments dealt with his recent breakup with YouTuber Erika Costell, which Paul announced in a Tweet on November 7.

“I’m not breaking up with her because I want to,” Paul said in the trailer. “I’m breaking up with her because it’s what we both need.”

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Paul followed up this clip with another solo segment, where he admitted that he wasn’t “handling this break up good,” through tears.

Paul has answered a series of questions about the upcoming series through Twitter, admitting that Shane Dawson even had a hand in its inspiration. According to Paul, Dawson’s docuseries made him realize that he “needs to be more open, honest, and real.”

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As stated in Paul’s Tweet announcing the show, episodes will be about thirty minutes long and will air once a week. Additionally, Paul has claimed that all recorded interactions are ‘unscripted’ and ‘uncut,’ hence the show’s title.

The first episode will go live on November 25 - the same day that Season Three of Team Ten is set to begin. While Paul hasn’t come out with any other major announcements concerning the rebranding, a series of Tweets from early October hinted that the org could be seeing a major influx of new YouTubers from a variety of genres.

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