Jake Paul's "Chalkboard Challenge" Is Getting Kids In Trouble At School
10 May 2018, 11:31 | Updated: 10 May 2018, 12:48
Students are facing punishment after Jake Paul challenged them to promote his merch at school.
On Tuesday, the YouTuber told his young following to complete the "chalkboard challenge," which involved writing his merchandise website address on school chalkboards in exchange for a reward.
"You're going to go to your school and you're going to write: FanJoy dot C-O backslash Jake Paul," he instructed students."You're going to write that on your guys' whiteboards or chalkboards." Jake promised to follow fans who completed the "chalkboard challenge" as a thank you.
But unfortunately, Jake Paul's #ChalkboardChallenge has reportedly landed a number of kids in trouble
Fans have said on Twitter that they've been punished for taking part in the challenge.
Got in trouble after this... Here you go @jakepaul #chalkboardchallenge (We have this thing called strikes and I got one for writing on the board) (Some of my teachers get on my nerves) ITS FOR YOU SO I DID IT😂💕... pic.twitter.com/T1k1V86xXN— Jaylin Paul (@CassellJaylin) May 9, 2018
In response to one student revealing they got in trouble for taking part, Jake replied, "slay".
Jake Paul has faced a tough week elsewhere, after three key members of Team 10 all quit the group.