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Jake Paul Returns To Where His Story Began: “We Have Had Such A Legendary Run”

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YouTuber Jake Paul put a pause on his defiant Instagram posts for a second and shared a photo of himself to celebrate his own achievements.

Paul, who is frequently appearing on media with his turbulent lifestyle and fighting talks against his YouTuber rivals and former boxers, returned to Los Angeles a few days ago for Christmas and posted a snap which sees him in the middle of a bridge in the city covered by all snow.

Alongside the photo, Teen Choice Award-winning Paul wrote by referring to the day he had started his YouTube channel on:

“Back where this all started. I was just a 16-year-old kid with a dream. I woke up today feeling so grateful for everything that has happened over the past 7 years on this crazy journey.”

Paul continued his message by thanking his loyal fans and followers who were not giving up watching and supporting him despite discussions over his personality and behaviors:

“I appreciate all the ups and downs and all the lessons I’ve learned. We have had such a legendary run but somehow it’s still just the start. Love y’all🙌🏼”

As known, Paul released his first YouTube video, titled, ‘Jake Paul Daily Vlogs,’ on On May 15, 2014, and he became one of the most subscribed names/channels on the platform in a highly short time. Even though the number of his followers were increasing greatly day by day, he also became the subject of countless controversies because of his age-inappropriate contents. So much so that, he got fired from the Disney television series ‘Bizaardvark,’ in 2018.

The YouTuber, who also released a series of singles alongside his videos, has now more than 20 million followers.

See below to view Paul’s post.

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