“I feel bad for her”: Logan Paul defends Addison Rae over UFC reporter drama 


Jake Paul defended Addison Rae on his Impaulsive podcast after the TikToker was being dragged on-line, as on-line hate appears to incessantly comply with the web sensation.

Tik Toker, Addison Rae was below fireplace not too long ago for revealing that she can be a UFC reporter. The 20-year-old posted the information on Twitter and talked about that she had studied broadcast journalism for 3 months and felt assured that she would be capable of tackle the function.

Addison was fired at on Twitter. Netizens identified that there are a number of candidates who’ve studied broadcast journalism for years and are extra deserving of the place as an alternative of the social media influencer.

Addison additionally revealed that she was coaching to be a boxer with Forrest Griffin, a former UFC gentle heavyweight champion. This displeased netizens as nicely. UFC followers talked about that they’d not pay for sport pay per views after the TikToker entered the ring.

After the extreme backlash on-line, Addison Rae then took to Twitter, saying that she was “fired” and was not going to take up the place.

Jake Paul defends Addison Rae

Within the newest Impaulsive podcast episode, Logan Paul spoke about cancel tradition with co-hosts Mike Majlak and George Janko. The three additionally briefly mentioned Addison Rae.

Logan had this to say,

“I really feel dangerous for her bro. I’ve observed with the younger TikTok stars, particularly the ladies, for some motive are on the chopping block a bit greater than the common creator, which I don’t like. The D’Amelio’s undergo this too, it’s horses**t. I really feel dangerous as a result of I don’t suppose they’re within the spot for instance Jake is the place they will simply elevate a center finger and be like f**okay off.”

Logan Paul spoke about sexism within the leisure trade. Girls on TikTok are focused for each transfer they make. Netizens vigilantly wait to cancel web influencers and Addison Rae has been one in every of them.

“I really feel dangerous for them as a result of they’re attempting to suit this persona that they might or will not be however no matter it, they must bend a little bit bit to do what they do, which I don’t like,” -Logan

The YouTuber then mentioned that he feels dangerous for creators who can’t be themselves on the web. Sadly, one can not assist however discover that influencers create a model for themselves and they’re extra in command of the narrative than one would possibly suppose. It is time for influencers to know that the principle, “Any press is nice press”, is now not a legitimate rule of thumb.

Edited by Siddharth Satish


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