Jake Paul Just Got Called Out For Stealing This Merch Design But What Do You Think?
15 September 2017, 13:19 | Updated: 6 November 2017, 09:42
Jeffree Star is shook.
Jake Paul has been accused of plagiarising the design for a limited edition hoodie he has sold through his website.
On 14th September, YouTuber and CEO of the Young And The Reckless clothing brand Chris "Drama" Pfaff shared images of Jake Paul's hoodie and his company's hoodie to Instagram. Their designs do share a striking resemblance - most noticeably the strikethrough font and the symbols on the arms.
"Damn Jake Paul, I thought we were Ohio brothers," Chris wrote in the caption.
And it turns out the back of Jake Paul's hoodie is similar to the Young And The Reckless version too.
On Jake's merch store, the now sold out hoodie is described as "Designed by Jake for Jake Paulers everywhere," which makes the alleged copying even cheekier.
Jake Paul is at it again pic.twitter.com/moTMjtv7pR— adam22 (@adam22) September 14, 2017
Jake is yet to comment on the allegations.
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