Controversial YouTuber Logan Paul received some subtle shade from the ‘Instagram egg,’ which rose to fame after uploading the most-liked picture to Instagram in hopes of breaking a world record.
Paul uploaded a screenshot of DMs with the egg to Twitter on January 17, where he asked the owner of the egg’s account to make a guest appearance on his ‘imPaulsive’ podcast.
“You should come on my imPaulsive podcast as a face reveal,” Paul asked, adding the ‘🤫’ emoji for good measure.
However, the egg never responded, instead leaving Paul on ‘Seen.’
omg the egg left me on seen pic.twitter.com/FVrOinj8g8
— Logan Paul (@LoganPaul) January 17, 2019
Paul appeared to take the shade in good spirits, captioning his screenshot of the interaction with a humorous message.
“Omg, the egg left me on ‘Seen,’” Paul wrote of the incident.
While the egg has successfully conquered the Instagram world (surpassing Kylie Jenner’s photo by over 30 million likes), it has now set its sights on Twitter, aiming to break the current record of most retweets on the platform - which currently sits at 5.3 million.
Additionally, popular YouTuber Jimmy ‘MrBeast’ Donaldson has taken the fight to YouTube, aiming to have his ‘Egg Challenge’ video become the second most liked non-music video on the website.
As of January 18, MrBeast’s video at tenth place in the runnings, with over four million likes. YouTube king Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg recently took first place with his rendition of YouTube Rewind 2018, after mass dissatisfaction with YouTube’s own, official video on the subject.