Austin Wallace: TikToker's crying video goes viral as Logan Paul refuses to hire him

'I can't be a mentor right now. I'm a f***-up myself. I need a mentor, you know what I'm saying? Go make content, make stuff with your friends'


                            Austin Wallace: TikToker's crying video goes viral as Logan Paul refuses to hire him
Austin Wallace and Logan Paul (Twitter/Photo by Jerod Harris/Getty Images for Ignite International Brands, Ltd)
ADVERTISEMENT

Even though the Paul brothers get a lot of hate on the Internet, there are a lot of people who still admire them a lot. Recently a TikTok star's crying video went viral on the Internet after Logan Paul denied hiring him for a job.

TikToker Austin Wallace, a.k.a @aj_wallace69 on TikTok, approached Logan Paul for a job. But soon, the big Logan brother turned his offer down. The YouTube star said that he works with a very close-knit unit and cannot spare time to be a mentor at the moment. However, Paul also gave Wallace some sound advice and told him to move to Los Angeles and start making connections.

ADVERTISEMENT

READ MORE

What is Logan Paul's net worth? Here's how much YouTuber could earn from fight with Floyd Mayweather

Who is Logan Paul's girlfriend? From Josie Canseco to Jessica Serfaty, here's the full list

ADVERTISEMENT

"I can't be a mentor right now. I'm a f***-up myself. I need a mentor, you know what I'm saying? Go make content, make stuff with your friends. I'm glad you quit your job, it takes balls to do that, but now you gotta activate. I'm not the guy directly. My team is [gestures something very small with hand] - we're locked. Life isn't about handouts, you've gotta work. If you really are serious about it, you should move to LA and just like you approached me, start making connections with every single person in LA. I'm serious, that's it. I've always said, if you can talk to someone, you can make it in LA," Logan Paul said to Austin Wallace.

ADVERTISEMENT



 

 

Later Wallace went on a live stream and broke down in tears. In the reaction video, Wallace said that he's 22 years old and had quit a job that paid him $100,000 a year tobecome a part of Paul's team. "I'm 22, I do make $100,000 a year and that's cool. I wanna act, I wanna do these things, I'm gonna break down right now... I don't know what to do. I did come up here by myself, I do have family but we're not the closest, and I don't have really close friends. You know there's millions of people trying to do what I wanna do," Austin Wallace said. Wallace also admitted that he understands Paul's point and realized that he would not be handed things and would have to work hard for opportunities. 

ADVERTISEMENT