JAKE PAUL CLAIMS AUSTIN MCBROOM’S COMPANY COULD GO BANKRUPT AFTER YOUTUBE VS TIKTOK EVENT
NO SIGN OF THE MONEY.
Two weeks after the Youtubers vs TikTokers event fighters like Vinnie Hacker claimed that they were yet to be paid.
Reportedly, the event only made 136,000 PPV sales, falling short of the projected 500,000.
Jake Paul has explained why he thinks Social Gloves, which Austin McBroom reportedly owns part of, could go bankrupt.
- JAKE PAUL
They thought they were gonna sell a certain amount of pay-per-views, they didn’t sell anywhere near that and they spent way too much money putting the event on, so it probably has to bankrupt the company.
He went on to suggest that the high ticket prices and the fact that many of these influencers have young audiences were to blame for the lack of sales.
- JAKE PAUL
To come out and charge $60, there were a ton of illegal streams happening for that fight, like thousands of people watching it for free, because these are young 13-year-old kids who are gonna find it on the illegal website.
TikToker Bryce Hall has claimed that he is in legal talks with Social Gloves over the $5 million he was set to receive.