On Monday afternoon, one day after saying "I do" to her fellow influencer at Graffiti Mansion in Las Vegas, 21-year-old Tana revealed on Twitter they'd have to delay their honeymoon due to unforeseen circumstances.
"Last night was an unconventional crazy girl's dream wedding," she gushed. "I love Jake so f--king much and there's no one else on earth I could've done that with. Truly slow dancing while they're screaming. We're both still recovering hard."
"Jake's headed to Europe and I have to deal with a family emergency," she continued, not providing further detail about the nature of the emergency. Despite the setback, though, Tana seems to be in relatively good spirits, saying she'll "meet him there the second I can. So excited to decompress from the past few months of chaos & celebrate US with no one around."
Tana went on to thank her friends, fans and ceremony attendees "for all the ridiculous amounts of love & support. We f--king love u," then said, "Pictures and stuff soon but right now my number one focus is dealing with this family emergency. Sometimes God gives us hardships at really bad timing which sucks because I truly don't want this to take away from all of the love I was surrounded by last night & in this life... trying to be strong to be the best example I can be for all of you. Thank you for everything u guys. U are truly my family."
While the YouTubers have a swarm of supporters, they also have their fair share of skeptics who don't believe the marriage is genuine.
"Family emergency and your husband of one day is off to Europe for vacation? That's a little weird," one critic replied to Tana's explanation, while another added, "Why wouldn't your new husband stay back and help you deal with this emergency rather than jet off to London with his brother? You two could have definitely Waited and gone together when everything was good. Another example that I think this is all fake." A third noted that the whole situation is putting off "sketchy vibes."
It didn't help the couple's cause that a fight broke out during their already controversial ceremony, which was live-streamed online for thousands to watch.
After Jake and Tana exchanged vows, they started to lean in for their first kiss when a guest supposedly threw champagne at the newlyweds. The ruckus didn't go over well with officiant Arman Izadi and Jake, who was heard shouting, "What the f--k, bro?!" before he and Arman jumped in to challenge the champagne-thrower. A scuffle soon ensued as more people got involved, but after a few minutes, security was able to break up the fight so that Jake and Tana could share their first kiss as a "married" couple.
Among the slew of skeptics questioning the wedding's legitimacy is Jake's own bother, Logan Paul, who told reporters outside the reception, "I give it a month. It seems a bit hasty, in my opinion. It seems a bit preemptive, as one might say."
But Tana maintains her relationship, wedding and marriage are nothing short of authentic.
"I'm feeling feisty," she tweeted days before the wedding. "I don't care if u think my wedding's real. I don't care if u think my marriage is real. I don't care if u think Jake and I don't love each other. I don't care if u think getting married fast is a bad idea. I don't care if you think it's gonna last. OOPS!"