Tana Mongeau admits she married Jake Paul “for fun and for content”
31 July 2019, 12:07
Tana Mongeau spoke more about her relationship with Jake Paul in the new episode of 'Tana Turns 21'.
It’s been a few days since Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul got married (we think?!) and we still don’t have the answers we need. Who started the fight? Why did Jake and Tana spend their wedding night separately? Can they just confirm whether the whole thing is a joke or not, already?!
In the recently-released fourth episode of Tana’s MTV series ‘Tana Turns 21’, Tana gives us some more clues as to whether the wedding is an elaborate YouTube prank or based on a relationship that’s actually sort of, kind of real.
Opening the episode with a chat with friends, Tana admits she already knew that Jake was going to propose at her 21st birthday and that they’ve not only been planning the wedding for a while, but it had almost been cancelled twice. But just days before the engagement, it seems a bit like Tana isn’t completely sure what the relationship means to her anymore.
She admits she’s still “trying to piece together the puzzle of what we actually want this engagement and 'marriage' to be” and says: "Jake and I aren't officially exclusive, so for me, I guess we would just take the openness from our relationship into the openness of marriage right?"
Later she backtracks a bit and says the whole relationship is "something fun and lighthearted that we are obviously doing for fun and for content” and says that her and Jake have an "unspoken premise of like, 'It's like a Kim Kardashian, 72 day marriage’”. So, obviously, now we’re very confused.
Jake Paul also appears in the episode and together they (kind of) discuss the all-important question of whether the marriage is legal or not. When pressed by Tana, Jake says he’s not sure if they should talk about it as he doesn’t want to “make it seem” like it is. They also agree that Tana should possibly move into Jake’s house because that’s what married couples do.
"Everyone wants to know if Jana is real and what this is,” Tana says. "So we've just been playing it up for the f*cking people because at the end of the day, we are internet trolls, but at the same time I'm starting to realize that this could potentially be very real and it's up to us how real it is and I'm starting to get an inkling of cold feet."
So, really, the relationship isn't real... but also kind of is? HELP.