Jake Paul Launches “Financial Freedom Movement”; Gets Bashed for Misleading Kids!
Jake Paul is at it again. Logan Paul’s younger and one-half of the Paul brothers recently collaborated with GenZ Holdings Inc. to launch the Financial Freedom Movement (FFM). Through this platform, the Team 10 Founder aims to help today’s generation with “learning” real-life skills that the education system fails to cover. However, people are skeptical about this new venture. Many people, who have tried FFM, have gone as far as to call it a scam.
Jake Paul’s Financial Freedom Movement
Shortly after the leader of Team 10 won his Professional Boxing debut, he introduced this movement. You can subscribe to it for (only?) $19.99 per month. It consists of courses from Paul as well as other business entrepreneurs and influencers. In an interview with Variety, the younger of the Paul brothers said that FFM is for everyone who is seeking “Financial Freedom” and an opportunity to learn from the “best”.
It’s somewhat like a social networking platform where you can post stuff, like and dislike different lessons and befriend others. Also being offered are weekly group video calls with Jake as well as guest influencers/entrepreneurs. But is the program as effective as Jake Paul is touting it to be? Tana Mongeau’s ex(?) tweeted this to hype the FFM…
if you wanna start learning real life skills that the education system doesn’t teach you Im creating a movement
why are you sitting in school learning the quadratic formula and not learning how to actually make money?
— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) February 16, 2020
PewDiePie Tries FFM!
PewDiePie is often quick to react to the controversies spread by both Jake as well as Logan Paul. Among the countless influencers who called out Jake Paul for this apparent scam, PewDiePie took the extra mile. He subscribed to the platform and surfed through the courses.
After reviewing the offerings, the Swedish YouTuber had a lot to say. Not only did he put over student loans as “cheap” and “fair” loans, but he also called Jake Paul’s new venture a scam. He said,
Jake Paul is the kind of celebrity that doesn’t have any real value. You can replace Jake Paul with anything. Or anyone. He’s literally empty, and no one. This just another scam. It’s complete bulls**t, there’s no point in saying it.
KSI also reacted to FFM. The YouTuber/Boxer wants Jake Paul’s fans to understand their idol’s motives like everyone else does.
It will be interesting to see how far FFM goes and whether it proves to be a successful venture or another failure like Paul’s Edfluence.