YouTube star Tana Mongeau has revealed new details about her love tornado with Jake Paul, the reason for the relationship being in the South.
The couple began dating in April and got married – unofficially – on July 28, when Paul proposed to Mongio on his 21st birthday.
A YouTube video released by Mongio on December 29, titled ‘The Truth About Everything’, showed the public about her marriage and why it is not external.
In the video, she talks about how unhappy she is with her marriage, making her marriage public, saying, “I’m very worried about the way my relationship looks in public, and I’m pretending I don’t care.”
He said, ‘I’ve done a lot to be’ Cool Girl ‘, not Caring and I’ve lived a lot in Jake. I’ve lost myself.
When the couple first started dating, Mongeau said, “Being on the same page with one another is the best feeling in the world. It’s like a crush.”
He said, “I am very inspired, very motivated, and I have many dreams to succeed and succeed.”
The truth about Paul is that “everyone thinks about it for the sake of the garment and the fame. It hurt me so much. After me and Jake’s marriage, I think everything changed”, which is challenging for her husband and her after marriage.
The emotional star also carved a photo of her ex-girlfriend Paul and Erica Castell at lunch and called her public relationship “green”.
“Killed me on Twitter because Jake and I had a lot of conversations where he liked her as a villain and I spent a lot of time trying to be everything,” she explained.
Paul also released a new song about one of his former girlfriends, Alyssa Violet, and uploaded a photo of them together.
Despite all this emotional turmoil, Mongeau said the blame should not fall on Jake Paul, who is not being honest about how he feels about his relationship.
She said the couple was still together and still is.
“Jake and I both live these psycho-busy lives, and trying to fit in with each other becomes harder, and a lot of things hurt me more. I don’t want to be in a bad mood with [him]. He never wants to hate each other,” she said.