The Fall Of Jake Paul's Second Verse (found diss track; 2017)
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|A screenshot of the music video for the song|
|Date found||July 9, 2017|
|Found by||Jake Paul|
Jake and Logan Paul are two brothers who rose to fame though the video sharing service Vine, but have since become Youtubers, musicians & actors. The two have had a strong relationship for some time, however in the past months, Logan and Jake Paul have been in a feud between one another.
When Jake decided to post a song shaming his brother (commonly referred as Diss Track) called "It's Everyday Bro" Logan knew he had to start making his response. Logan's response also came in the form of a diss track named "The Fall of Jake Paul". However, part of the song is missing.
The Second Verse
When the song was released in Logan Paul's channel, many people tuned in to listen to the song and see what Logan had prepared for Jake. However, at the end of the first verse of the song, the music stops and a woman steps out of a car. The song ends and Logan is seen sitting down talking to his viewers, explaining that there is indeed a second verse of that song, but he won't release it because his brother apologized to him and his "Logang". This action made Logan gain a lot of traction to his channel, leaving fans disappointed and a lot of other people wondering what was in that second verse.
After the video was released, many people started asking Logan Paul and Jake Paul to release the second verse and the video, but they only responded with clickbait videos about the topic. A channel then uploaded some footage of the video being filmed that included part of the second verse. The video was shot by a member of the video's production and it was uploaded to his social media. The video was eventually taken down, but not before other accounts could start spreading the leak. Since then, countless videos have claimed to have the full song, however many of these videos only contain the leak and not the full track.
On July 9th, 2017, Jake Paul uploaded a video called I RELEASED THE SECOND VERSE ON MYSELF **NOT CLICKBAIT** where he released part of the second verse plus some of the music video aswell.
On July 9th, 2017, Logan Paul uploaded the full song to YouTube with the second verse included.