Tana Mongeau has the perfect response to Jake Paul’s Dan Bilzerian-esque photo - Dexerto

Tana Mongeau has the perfect response to Jake Paul’s Dan Bilzerian-esque photo

Published: 12/Sep/2019 19:11 Updated: 14/Sep/2019 10:40

by Virginia Glaze


YouTube stars Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul took their relationship to the next level by tying the knot in a Vegas wedding – but the couple isn’t afraid of giving each other a little tough love, as evidenced by their humorous interactions across social media.

While both Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul have pranked fans about being pregnant in the past, this time, Mongeau took things up another notch with a hilarious response to one of her husband’s Instagram posts.

Despite being a wedded man, Paul posed for a pic with a group of female models on September 8 – although he made sure to caption the photo “Married,” just in case.

Jake Paul, InstagramThis Instagram photo from YouTuber Jake Paul incited a hilarious response from his wife, Tana Mongeau.

However, this didn’t stop Tana from roasting her husband shortly thereafter, uploading a photoshopped version of the photo with her face plastered on top of the models’ heads as a tongue-in-cheek clapback.

That’s not the funniest thing about the pic, either: Tana used one of her own wedding photos for the slapdash photoshop, further adding to the hilarity of her response to the matter.

Tana gave the perfect response to Jake Paul’s promiscuous photo.

Tana wasn’t the only one reminding Jake that he’s married, either: comments underneath Paul’s post show YouTube stars Nikita Dragun and Justin Roberts mentioning their marriage, with Roberts posting a series of ring emojis in response to the original photo.

“Tana >>>>,” Dragun wrote, clearly rooting for Tana over the models in Paul’s Instagram pic.

Some fans weren’t happy with Jake Paul’s latest Instagram pic.

Jake later changed his profile picture to a photo of his wife – a development that Tana found hilarious, as evidenced by her response to the change.

“Ok, at least this is funny and I’m not pregnant,” she wrote.

This wouldn’t be the first time the couple has taken good-natured shots at each other, by far: in fact, Jake claimed that Tana was pregnant in a Tweet on September 7 in a clear attempt at trolling his fans.

Tana wasn’t interested in playing games, though, confirming that she’s not currently interested in having kids in a series of response Tweets (as further evidenced by her response to her hubby’s new profile pic).

“No, he’s just dizzy and wants clout hahahahaha,” she said of the post.

With both Jake and Tana known for being regular pranksters, their latest social media “squabble” brings a note of humor to their highly-publicized relationship following one month of marriage since their July wedding.


TikTok bans child safety advocate and nobody’s sure why

Published: 26/Oct/2020 18:20

by Chris Stokel-Walker


A leading child safety advocate, who has previously advised TikTok on how to keep kids safe on the platform, has been banned for posting a duet with a video promoting the latest Borat movie.

Eva Fog, a Danish child safety expert with a decade of experience, woke up on the morning of October 23 to discover her main account on TikTok, @evafog, had been banned.

The notice Fog received through the app was that her “account was permanently banned due to multiple violations of our Community Guidelines.” She claims that she has never received a temporary ban on her account during her time on TikTok, which she joined in January 2020.

“I’ve had very few violations prior [to this],” she told Dexerto. “Those few were pretty harmless, like me duetting a female body positivity video and showing my belly.”

“I am a child advocate for minors, specialising in their digital lives and communities,” she said. “I have used TikTok as a platform to inform, guide, and help the minors of Denmark with my account.”

Earlier this year, Fog worked as a consultant with Save the Children Denmark, who were helping TikTok develop guidelines and policies to ensure children were kept safe.

She used her TikTok account to advise children on how to use the app and other digital platforms safely. “I have prevented suicides, consoled victims of bullying, and advised victims of digital exploitation – just to mention a few things,” she said.

The account had 13,500 followers, and her videos nearly half a million likes before it was banned. Fog believes that a duet with an official TikTok posted by Amazon Prime Video’s account, which has been seen 560,000 times to date, was the reason she was banned.

In the original video, Sacha Baron Cohen’s character appears in his idiosyncratic mask-based mankini outfit, saying “This is how you put on a mask.”

In the duet, Fog closed her eyes when the camera zoomed out to show the character wearing only the mask mankini.

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TikTok: @evafog / Amazon
Eva was banned over this Borat TikTok.

The video is one of millions of videos removed regularly by TikTok. The app said in its latest transparency report that it removed nearly 105 million videos in the first six months of 2020, 31% of them for adult nudity and sexual activities.

The app said that 90.3% of its videos were removed before they received any views, and 96.4% of videos were proactively removed by the app before a user reported them.

But in this case, overzealous moderation – perhaps by algorithm – appears to have banned one of its biggest defenders when it comes to child safety.

“Having my account banned has basically stopped me from doing my job,” she added. “There is no other platform on which the youth of Denmark frequent as much as TikTok, and by banning my account, my connection to them has been severed.”

Dexerto approached TikTok for comment just before 11am, setting a deadline for a response by mid-afternoon. By 1:30pm, Fog’s account, including the controversial video that got her banned, was reinstated. TikTok has yet to provide a response to this story.