While both Tana and Jake have been met with waves of speculation as to the true nature of their engagement, Mongeau claims that she isn’t bothered by the rumors of “faking” their upcoming wedding.
The YouTuber-turned-MTV starlet spoke out on the matter in a “feisty” Tweet on July 25, claiming that she “doesn’t care” if fans think her wedding is just an elaborate stunt for more content.
“I don’t care if you think my wedding’s real,” she wrote. “I don’t care if you think my marriage is real. I don’t care if you think Jake and I don’t love each other. I don’t care if you think getting married fast is a bad idea. I don’t care if you think it’s gonna last. OOPS!”
This wouldn’t be the first time that Tana has spoken out against naysayers, either: in fact, she admitted to having to wear her engagement ring at all times to convince fans that their wedding is the real deal during a video on July 6.
i’m feeling feisty:— TANA TURNS 21 ON MTV OUT NOW (@tanamongeau) July 26, 2019
i don’t care if u think my wedding’s real. i don’t care if u think my marriage is real. i don’t care if u think Jake and I don’t love each other. i don’t care if u think getting married fast is a bad idea. i don’t care if you think it’s gonna last. OOPS!
Jake Paul even told doubters to “go die” during that same video, with Mongeau backing up his faux threat by urging critics to “suck a dick and die.”
Even Jake Paul’s older brother, YouTube star Logan Paul, speculated that Mongeau was merely using Jake for his money - although he later recanted his statement, after Tana exposed him for reportedly crying after realizing that “Jana” is, indeed, for real.
Although no specific details have yet been released as to their wedding, a video uploaded to Jake’s channel revealed that the event will be streamed live, and contain such finery as red carpets, fire pits, and more.
With Tana claiming that she wants Taco Bell catered to the event rather than expensive champagne, and the wedding taking place in just two days, speculation around their union is still rife online: but Tana couldn’t care less.