Jake Paul has started the #ChalkboardChallenge to promote his new merch at his fans’ schools, but it’s starting to have serious consequences for those taking part.
The challenge involves writing the website for his new merchandise on school blackboards in exchange for a follow on Twitter, which is his way of saying thank you for helping out. Unfortunately, a number of children have taken to Twitter to say they have gotten in trouble for completing the challenge.
— Vicky 💙is a happy potato🥔 (@vickyl2005) May 8, 2018
— i will forever love erika :’) (@costellarforeva) May 9, 2018
— Destiny.Madelaine.Petsch.Is.My.everything (@PetschStan1) May 9, 2018
Got in trouble after this… Here you go @jakepaul #chalkboardchallenge (We have this thing called strikes and I got one for writing on the board) (Some of my teachers get on my nerves) ITS FOR YOU SO I DID IT😂💕… pic.twitter.com/T1k1V86xXN
— Jaylin Paul (@CassellJaylin) May 9, 2018
Some teachers do appear to be seeing the fun side!
— Duggie Fresh (@PatrickDugan20) May 9, 2018
This challenge is definitely shaking things up a bit! What do you think? Harmless promotion, or is it unfair for Jake to get his fans in trouble like this? Let us know!