Jake Paul is making headlines yet again.
In the same week that Paul was slammed for posting an inappropriate Youtube thumbnail, footage of the former Disney Channel star using the N-word not once, but twice, began making the rounds online.
In the short clip obtained by TMZ, Paul can be seen hanging out with friends and freestyling over Rae Sremmurd's "Throw Sum Mo" instrumental; a few seconds into the video, he can be heard saying "little ass n*ggas." Later on, he drops the N-word yet again, rapping, "I whip it like my n*gga Richie Vetter, he make the p*ssy so wet it gets wetter."
The video was reportedly taken while Paul and his buddies were hanging out near Palm Springs during Coachella weekend last year.
A source close to Paul reports to TMZ that the controversial social media star "isn't racist," and has matured a lot in the eight months since the above video was taken.
Jake's older brother Logan Paul is currently knee-deep in drama of his own; the Youtuber was dealt a ton of backlash after posting a video featuring the body of a man who hung himself in Japan's Aokigahara forest, also known as the "suicide forest." He has since removed the video and has posted two apologies.
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