Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul celebrate wedding anniversary despite cheating rumors

Published: 29/Aug/2019 8:04 Updated: 29/Aug/2019 8:57

by Matt Porter


Tana Mongeau has celebrated her one-month wedding anniversary on Twitter, as drama continues to swirl regarding her alleged marriage to Jake Paul.

The pair livestreamed a crazy wedding ceremony back in July after just a few months of dating, with Paul proposing to Mongeau in a nightclub then tying the knot just over a month later.

Things haven’t been smooth sailing since their big day though, with rumors swirling that Paul had an affair with ex-girlfriend Erika Costell, while Mongeau herself stated that the marriage wasn’t legally binding in a video uploaded to her YouTube channel. 

Tana Mongeau, InstagramPaul and Mongeau have been involved in a whirlwind romance.

Despite the on-going controversy surrounding their relationship, Mongeau was happy to celebrate their one-month wedding anniversary, even though Paul went on their honeymoon alone.

In a tweet posted on Thursday, August 29, the 21-year-old wrote: “One month of being married to my dizzy counterpart Jake Paul,” finishing the message with emojis of a black heart, a face with hearts for eyes and a diamond ring.

Jake Paul was quick to respond to the message replying back that he wanted Mongeau to “come home,” as she remains in New York City following her appearance at the MTV VMAs, where many thought she was firing shots at her ‘husband’.

While the legality of their marriage remains questionable, YouTuber Paul has opened up about how his parents view the situation, stating that they weren’t particularly enthusiastic about the idea, but that he had proved them wrong so many times they had no choice but to support them.

While things may look to be back on track for their pair after the public celebration of their anniversary, it’s likely that we haven’t seen the last of the drama which appears to surround their relationship at all times.


Best viral memes about Spotify Wrapped 2020

Published: 3/Dec/2020 18:07

by Georgina Smith


Spotify users across the internet are going viral for their hilarious takes on Spotify Wrapped, a yearly roundup of individual users ’ listening habits from the past 12 months. Here’s some of the funniest.

It’s that time of year again; the time where Spotify listeners across the globe are confronted with a statistical breakdown of their music habits from the past year. While it’s certainly fascinating to see just how many hours of that one artist you listen to, the roundup often bears some rather bizarre results.

User’s personal slideshow can be accessed from the Spotify app, and features statistics like your total minutes listened, top five artists, top five songs, and more.

People have been flocking to the app to unearth the darkest secrets of their 2020 listens, and in the true fashion of the internet, Spotify users haven’t hesitated to create memes out of the viral yearly roundup.

Here are some of the funniest and most creative memes of Spotify Wrapped 2020.

If other websites had a ‘Wrapped’ style round-up

Having their listening habits revealed via the form of a colorful slideshow has definitely got people curious about what their habits on other websites are like. Some creative internet users have posted some brilliant plays on what a LinkedIn or a dating app round-up would be like, and the results hit a little too close to home for many.


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The most popular artists of the year

In rare cases people may find that their top artists are unsurprising, but many known exactly the people who will appear on their top list. Of course some of the biggest artists crop up year after year, like Ariana Grande who has scooped up a huge amount of engagement on the platform this year. Despite their top five being a sea of familiar faces, users have been finding their round-up as exciting as ever.

Screenshot of a tweet about Spotify Wrapped

(Via Twitter: sheshecummings)

Screenshot of a tweet about Spotify Wrapped

(Via Twitter: jeremylevick)

Room for improvement

While the breakdown of your total hours listened is fairly comprehensive, some people’s results have got them thinking that maybe Spotify Wrapped’s algorithm could be a little more fine-tuned.

From tactfully avoiding bringing up songs with bad memories attached, to giving a chance for users to make amends before the reveal of the final statistics, Spotify users have thought of it all.

Screenshot of a tweet about Spotify Wrapped

(Via Twitter: juliareinstein)

Screenshot of a tweet about Spotify Wrapped

(Via Twitter: EmmaBackhaus)

Screenshot of a tweet about Spotify Wrapped

(Via Twitter: TheNewsAtGlen)

Mixed Feelings

Twitter user AlexJackHowell seemed to hit the nail on the head for many fellow Spotify users with his tweet pointing out complaints about people who share their Spotify Wrapped results

The tweet has accumulated a whopping 600,000 likes, showing just how much of a talking point Spotify Wrapped has become, with many users rushing to check their own stats after seeing some of these brilliant memes.