Residents in the upmarket area of West Hollywood where Jake Paul rents his home claim the social media star has turned the once peaceful enclave into something akin to a "war zone". Paul has over eight million YouTube subscribers, 1.76 Twitter followers, a fan army, and his debut single, "It's Everyday Bro", peaked at number 94 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The 20-year-old Disney star's stunts - like lighting furniture on fire in an empty swimming pool - have all gained a loyal following online. "We're more than happy to have them live here if they're respectful of their neighbors but they're not".
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But he said the discussion was casual and should not be characterized as a "meeting" or even a less formal, but official, "pull-aside".
Paul himself then came running out of the house and began climbing on top of the news camera truck, to the delight of his fans. Paul said in response. Paul appears unconcerned at his neighbors' threat to file a class action public nuisance lawsuit against him, crowing, "The neighbors hate me", as he revs his motorcycle up a quiet West Hollywood side street. Once he's back on the ground he offers a word of regret-"Yeah it sucks and I feel bad for them", Paul says of his neighbors.
Jake Paul might be an Internet sensation, but according to his neighbors, he's just a major nuisance.
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