It’s a milestone to celebrate — if you’re YouTubers Jake Paul and Tana Mongeau. The married vloggers took to Twitter to share sweet tributes to each other on the 2-month wedding anniversary on September 28. A 60-day union was no small feat for these two clout chasers.
The 21-year-old bombshell then retweeted her husband’s post and added her own sentiments. “Wow [OK]. These are facts,” she wrote. “So are [you], I love [you]????” She even added the mind blown and feeling loved emojis to hammer home her point.
The now-infamous couple tied the knot in Las Vegas on July 28, but their feelings for each other only began a few months prior to their nuptials. Back in early May, the couple announced they were seeing each other, on heels of Tana’s breakup with ex Brad Souza and Jake’s split from Erika Costell.
Considering their similarities, it definitely made sense to see these two crazy kids gravitate toward each other for a rebound relationship — but when Tana announced their engagement in the wee hours of the morning on June 24, fans everywhere were shook. Convinced it was a stunt, no one expected them to actually go through with it. But then, Jake surprised the blonde beauty during her panel at VidCon on July 13, and there the duo announced their wedding date.
Since their raucous wedding in Sin City, the pair has been plagued with controversy and drama. Jake’s wife got backlash for a clip from Tana’s MTV series, Tana Turns 21, that aired after their nuptials. In the clip, Tana seemed to say their wedding was just “for content.” She later slammed MTV and explained that her comment was taken out of context.
Plus, recently, fellow YouTuber and MUA Nikita Dragun came out in support of Tana over Jake’s supposed unfaithfulness in their relationship. However, the Bizzardvark alum countered her comments during an interview with ET Live.
“Even since the start of the relationship — which is why I think it’s funny that, like, Nikita gets all butt hurt online,” he said on September 16. “Since the start of our relationship it’s been, like, an open type of thing because that’s just how we both are.”