“I think I have to come around. Like, I think everyone was hesitant until tonight, like, how you do you dump three quarters of a million dollars into a wedding and not have it be somewhat realistic?” Logan told In Touch. “I really do think they love each other. And I mean, I’m his own brother. And it seems pretty real to me, as far as I don’t know, the feelings they have for each other.”
When asked if he was excited for what is to come, Logan confidently stated, “No, no, absolutely not. I give it a month.” The ‘ex-controversial’ YouTuber continued, “Despite all the be B List influencers and porn stars at Jake’s wedding, it is a special thing. Jake’s done a lot of things in his career that are great. So I’m excited that they get to do things together for the next month or so.”
YouTube history was made when the two biggest clout chasers in the game made it official at the Graffiti Mansion in Las Vegas. Jake, 22, and Tana, 21, exchanged vows in an intimate ceremony for friends, family and the MTV film crew for Tana Turns 21, obviously.
Although Logan may have his doubts, Jake’s mom, Pam Stepnick, fully supports her son’s union to the fellow YouTuber. “[I] love her,” Pam told Life & Style exclusively at the pair’s blowout Las Vegas wedding on Sunday, July 28. “She’s the girl version of Jake.”
Logan’s had his fair share of controversies just like his little bro. Most recently the former Vine star claimed to be “the fastest entertainer on the planet,” in a recent interview with Fox Business. His biggest scandal has to be back in 2017 when he posted a video of Japan’s sacred Aokigahara Forest or the “suicide forest,” which featured a human body hanging from a tree.
Clearly Jake gets his, ‘any press is good press’ mentality from his family. Logan proudly stood next to the groom at the alter despite holding in the words, “I object” — although a fight did break out right before their first kiss, which is more of a wedding faux pas if you ask us.
Reporting by Lex Briscuso.
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