I don’t know what a part of “Down with influencers” landed me on the Cavinder Twins beat, but right here I’m, writing my third story on Haley and Hanna as if my solely motivation in life is participating with their content material. I’d somewhat throw myself to the wolves or uncover what “YouTubers” are than convey you on top of things on what they’re doing.
No one fucking cares, however since you’ll be able to’t watch porn at work, you’re caught clicking smut adjoining materials like this. So, at present I’m right here to tell you about their new partnership with a like-minded piece of shit I by no means need to take into consideration in my free time, Jake Paul.
The Cavinder Twins are partnering with Jake on Betr, a social media/playing platform that sounds as legit as the following app that’s dropped a number of vowels and is promising to be the way forward for the web (and a congressional investigation). I actually simply learn the headline and first couple of sentences from the TMZ story about it to verify this information is true and my information are straight, so for those who’re on the lookout for a considerate angle or extra details about their prospects within the WWE or on Betr, you received’t discover it right here.
Jake is a scumbag whose exploits are simply findable on Google, and younger ladies ought to be cautious of who they affiliate with, lest they find yourself cleaned out. Nevertheless, “exploitation” appears to be steps 1 via 10 of the Cavinders’ marketing strategy.
They’ve already been on Dave Portnoy’s podcast and signed up for Vince McMahon’s WWE, so a Jake Paul-backed enterprise is the following logical step. Are you morally problematic and/or a cash-hungry captain of trade? In that case, begin writing up a enterprise proposal for this dynamic duo.
So good luck, I suppose, to the Cavinders on their post-influencer, post-basketball careers. Ideally, that is the final time I’ll ever have to write down about them.