Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul celebrate wedding anniversary despite cheating rumors

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.

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Matt is a former Dexerto writer. Hailing from Northern Ireland, he is games journalist who specializes in Call of Duty. Matt joined Dexerto in August 2018, covering a variety of games as a Senior Writer before moving to CharlieINTEL in 2020.

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