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YouTuber Jake Paul went on Twitter early Sunday, claiming he almost had to “clap” singer Zayn Malik.
“Stop being angry because you came home alone to come to your hotel room,” Paul tweeted, saying that Malik “has an attitude.”
Malik’s girlfriend, supermodel Gigi Hadid, clapped back to Paul a few hours later, calling the YouTuber “irrelevant” and telling him to “go to bed”.
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Gigi Hadid wasted no time responding to Jake Paul’s allegations about her boyfriend, singer-songwriter Zayn Malik.
In one Tweet The younger of the two Paul brothers, which aired early Sunday, tweeted about an interaction he had with the “Pillowtalk” singer and misspelled his name throughout the tweet.
“I almost had to clap the Zane from one direction because he is a little guy and has an attitude and basically told me to get away for no reason if I was nice to him,” Paul tweeted. “Zane [if] You read this … stop being angry because you came home alone to have your big hotel room, hahaha. ”
About two hours later, Malik’s supermodel friend got involved and smacked Paul’s confusing allegations.
“Lol, because he doesn’t care about hanging you and your embarrassing crew from YouTube groupies …? Home alone with his best friends like a respectful king because he has me, honey. Unimpressed by your irrelevant ugly a- – Go to bed, “Hadid tweeted around 4:43 p.m. Pacific Standard Time.
As insiders previously explained, Mailk and Hadid have had a public relationship since rumors about their relationship emerged in late 2015. On February 14 – Valentine’s Day – Hadid confirmed in an Instagram post rumored speculations that she and the former One Direction member were romantically reunited.
Paul, a YouTube star, has been the subject of numerous controversies. The 23-year-old influencer recently announced the launch of the Financial Freedom Movement, fee-based courses designed to teach people how to monetize their creativity and teach skills that are not taught in a typical educational setting. As Business Insider reported, the project resembles “Edfluence”, a series of online courses that has since ceased to exist that Paul started two years ago to teach people how to make a name for themselves on social media.
In January, Paul described himself and his older brother Logan – also the subject of more controversy – than YouTube’s “big bad wolves”.
“The Paul family is notorious,” Jake Paul told Business Insider. “Everyone wants to see the big bad wolves fall.”
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