In the middle of social media controversy, Jake Paul has announced that he’s decided to move on from “Bizaardvark” on the Disney Channel.
He released the following statement on Twitter:
One of Paul’s side projects is his music career. In his single, “It’s Everyday, Bro,” Paul brags about being on the Disney Channel in the very first line — “It’s every day, bro with that Disney Channel flow.”
Yet, two months after this video is released, Paul claims it’s time to part ways and work on more “adult acting roles?” Um, okay?
Paul has also recently created chaos for his West Hollywood neighbors.
Earlier this month, a local news story on Paul went viral, showing the circus-like atmosphere in the otherwise quiet neighborhood. Paul also didn’t seem to show any remorse on camera.
In light of Paul’s seemingly reckless behavior, social media is less than shocked to hear Jake Paul is no longer working for Disney.
A Disney Channel spokesman released a statement saying…
We’ve mutually agreed that Jake Paul will leave his role on the Disney Channel series ‘Bizaardvark.’ On behalf of the production company, the cast and crew, we thank Jake for his good work on the TV series for the past 18 months and extend our best wishes to him.
While it’s possible that Disney and Jake Paul reached an agreement together to end their relationship, it seems unlikely.
Jake Paul is leaving Bizaardvark in the middle of the season, and… television shows don’t just replace a star of the show in the middle of shooting! That’s why actors typically sign contracts, to ensure they stay the entire season or more.
What do you think of Jake Paul’s departure from Disney? Let us know in the comments or at @WhatsTrending on Twitter!
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