Controversial YouTube prankster Jake Paul released a Christmas EP titled Litmas and the internet is hating it, to say the least.
The 18-minute-long, six-track album takes an interesting spin on some classic Christmas songs. Among the songs, lyrics include calling Mrs. Claus a side chick, red and green chains, twerking reindeer, decking the tree with diamonds, and trappin’ through the snow—the song “Fanjoy To The World” spends an entire 2 minutes and 17 seconds advertising his website and telling listeners to go buy his merchandise as Christmas gifts.
Despite Paul’s millions of YouTube subscribers and fans who have been dubbed as “Jake Paulers” or “Paulers,” there were a lot of internet haters who expressed their disapproval of “Litmas.”
Live Reaction to @JakePaul ‘s Christmas Litmas song! pic.twitter.com/qmA4n0cNpK
— KEEM 🍿 (@KEEMSTAR) December 2, 2017
Jake Paul’s new EP “Litmas” makes me want to get hitmas by a bus
— Michael Strollo (@mcstrollo) December 2, 2017
After hearing Jake Paul’s “litmas” ep I’m starting to see why North Korea wants to bomb us
— drew (@drewsturgeo) December 2, 2017
I just heard samples from Jake Paul’s “litmas” … And now I want to Fucking die. pic.twitter.com/ZKoLV61MKD
— MerryF🌈Kmass☁️ (@Mikenactor) December 5, 2017
christmas is cancelled https://t.co/0qqtW2rsPW
— cass ; 2 (@thekoshyshow) December 2, 2017
I just heard Christmas Litmas by Jake Paul and pic.twitter.com/nhv6HlvkR9
— Ready To Glare 🔪 (@ReadytoglareYT) December 3, 2017
Paul posted a music video for “Litmas” on YouTube, which received a lot of comments similar to the tweets. Although the video has gotten nearly 6 million views in the last week, it has 164,000 “dislikes.”
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The album can be found on Spotify, iTunes, and Apple Music.