Fans are demanding a $50 refund for Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul's wedding livestream

30 July 2019, 17:07

Jake Paul and Tana Mongeau
Jake Paul and Tana Mongeau. Picture: Getty/Photo by Denise Truscello/Getty Images for Sugar Factory, Tana Mongeau YouTube

Fans are asking for refunds after Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul's "unwatchable" and 'laggy' wedding livestream.

Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul got 'married' on Sunday 28 July and it probably won't come as a shock to you that the over-the-top affair was live streamed to fans. Unfortunately, some people who reportedly forked over $50 to watch the event encountered issues with the stream's quality and are receiving refunds, according to TMZ.

TMZ is reporting that Apple Pay and Google Play have issued refunds to people who paid (through streaming app Halogen) to watch Tana and Jake get married in Las Vegas on Sunday.

Halogen said in a statement: "Sometimes onsite technical issues with third-party production providers used by creators can cause fans to experience issues while viewing streams."

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Jake Paul And Tana Mongeau Celebrate Wedding Reception At Sweet Beginnings At Sugar Factory In Las Vegas
Jake Paul And Tana Mongeau Celebrate Wedding Reception At Sweet Beginnings At Sugar Factory In Las Vegas. Picture: Getty

66,000 people reportedly handed over their hard earned cash to watch the festivities, which included a fairly staged looking fight at the exact moment Tana and Jake were about to say "I do".

"$50 for this quality is just depressing," tweeted one person.

"The entire ceremony portion of the livestream was completely unwatchable due to severe lagging," tweeted another.

Others complained that the stream only "lasted 15 minutes".

Prior to the event itself, people weren't exactly impressed with the idea of paying to stream the Jana wedding.

People have since said they have received refunds for their purchase of the stream.

What do you guys think? Would you livestream your own wedding?