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YouTuber Jake Paul blames social media for ‘skyrocketing depression rates'

7 monthes ago   |   By Metro

He spoke out about mental health - in his own way
Jake Paul has blamed social media for ‘skyrocketing depression rates', describing it as a ‘never-ending cycle.'
The YouTube star, who recently married Tana Mongeau in a flashy Las Vegas wedding , took some time to reflect on Twitter, speaking out on mental health in his own unique way.
‘Social media makes people insecure & then gives them an outlet to drag other people down because of there insecurities hence a never ending cycle hence the sky rocketing depression rates ,' he wrote.
Sounds like he's got a new favourite word.
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