Jake Paul and Tana Mongeau are offering refunds for those who were disappointed with the quality of their wedding live stream.
The pair got hitched in Las Vegas on Sunday 28th July, just over a month after announcing their surprise engagement. Of course, the internet remained skeptical.
According to TMZ, 66,000 people paid between $50 and $75 to watch the ceremony live via streaming app Halogen. However, the broadcast only lasted 10 minutes and was reportedly terribly quality, leaving viewers feeling ripped off.
The couple exchanged vows and rings in classic fashion in front of family, friends, and the press, and the officiant closed the deal by calling their day a gathering in "holy cloutrimony." Seconds after the ceremony, a fight broke out.
Speaking to Buzzfeed's Stepanie McNeal, Jake Paul's older brother Logan commented on the wedding. He also disclosed that Greg Paul, father of the brothers, did not attend the event.
"It seems a bit hasty in my opinion," Paul said. "It seems a bit preemptive, one may say."
He also added that he's giving the couple a "month and a half".
It's also unconfirmed whether Paul and Mongeau are legally married, despite the public display. A search for the pair on Clark County's marriage records came up empty, which only serves to exacerbate the view that Paul and Mongeau's love is just for - as the officiant so eloquently put it - "cloutrimony".