Jake Paul

Jake Paul started out making six-second Vine videos but these days he spends a lot of time in the boxing ring, sharing his opinions on Twitter and posting on YouTube to his 20 million plus subscribers. Paul was born in Cleveland, Ohio on January 17, 1997. His parents are Pam Stepnick and Greg Paul. He has followed a similar path to fame as his older brother Logan Paul, who is also a social media personality and boxer.

Paul now has a net worth of around $50 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. He has a massive following across all social media platforms with millions of followers on Instagram, YouTube and Twitter. Even though there is a big focus on his boxing career these days, he still often posts on his social media platforms. On YouTube, he gives his followers some behind the scenes of boxing, vlogs and even posts some music videos.

In 2017, Paul released a music video for his song "Its Everyday Bro" which he made alongside members of the Team 10 house, a former social media house/management company started by Paul. The video has accumulated over 280 million views on YouTube. He also worked on the Disney Channel show "Bizaardvark" from 2016-2017 as the character Dirk Mann.

Being in the public eye for so many years, between YouTube, Disney Channel and now boxing, Paul is definitely no stranger to the spotlight or controversy. The star, who has been nicknamed "The Problem Child," has had his house raided by the FBI, fake married (and then broke up with) a fellow YouTuber, Tana Mongeau, and called out a slew of boxers including Conor McGregor and Tyson Fury. He also has been extremely vocal on Twitter about the issues he has with Dana White and has frequently called out the president of the UFC for not paying boxers enough. Paul even released a diss track on his YouTube channel about White.

Even with the controversy that surrounds the star, Paul has found a lot of success in the entertainment world and in the boxing world. To date, Paul is undefeated, beating YouTuber AnEsonGib, Nate Robinson, Ben Askren and Tryon Woodley twice.