Cavinder Twins to tie up with Jake Paul’s questionable betting app

Yes, it is a good sign.

Yes, it is a good sign.
picture, AP

I don’t know what part ofdown with influencers“Located me on the Cavinder Twins beat, yet I’m writing my third story on Haley and Hanna as if my only motivation in life is to engage with their content. I’d rather throw myself to the wolves or find out” YouTubers To bring you up to speed on what they’re doing instead of what you’re doing.

Nobody cares, but since you can’t watch porn at work, you’re clicking on porn like this. So, today I’m here to inform you of his new partnership with Jake Paul, the like-minded piece I never want to think about in my spare time.

The Cavinder Twins are partnering with Jake on Better, a social media/gambling platform that sounds just as legit as the next app that drops some vowels and promises to be the future of the internet (and congressional scrutiny). Used to be. I literally only read the title and the first few sentences tmz story About it to make sure this news is true and my facts are straight, so if you’re looking for a thoughtful angle or more info on his prospects on WWE or Better, you won’t find it here.

Jake is a Rogue whose exploits are easily Googled, and young women must be careful who they associate with, lest they come out clean. However, the “exploitation” appears to be steps 1 through 10 of Cavinder’s business plan.

They’ve already been on Dave Portnoy’s podcast and signed up for Vince McMahon’s WWE, so a Jake Paul-backed venture is the next logical step. Are you an ethically problematic and/or cash-hungry captain of industry? If so, start writing a business proposal for this dynamic duo.

So good luck, I guess, to Cavinders on his post-influencer, post-basketball career. Ideally, this is the last time I will have to write about them.