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Problematic YouTuber Trisha Paytas says she ‘can’t wait to get pregnant’ after kissing Jaclyn Hill’s ex-husband

Reiss Smith January 2, 2020
Trisha Paytas and Jon Hill

Trisha Paytas shared a picture of herself with Jon Hill. (Instagram)

Problematic YouTuber Trisha Paytas is once again doing the absolute most, this time claiming she’s ready to start a family with fellow YouTuber Jaclyn Hill’s ex-husband.

The Celebrity Big Brother star, who controversially said she identifies as trans despite also “1,000 per cent” identifying with the gender she was assigned at birth, shared an Instagram story of her kissing Jon Hill.

She later shared a photo of the two cuddled up, with the caption: “Can’t wait to get pregnant tonight @jonhill822 I F***ING LOVE UUUUUUUUU.”

 

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Can’t wait to get pregnant tonight @jonhill822 I FUCKING LOVE UUUUUUUUU

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Twitter was, naturally, a mess.

Jaclyn Hill’s response to Trisha Paytas was to tweet about a corn dip recipe and post about macaroni cheese on Instagram, which did nothing to quell the storm.

Trisha Paystas claimed she is trans.

Paytas courted controversy in October by claiming that she identifies as a gay man and feels like “a female transgender to male [sic] but also like a drag queen”.

In a 15-minute video, she said: “Here’s the thing. I identify with men better. People always think there’s something wrong with me because I don’t have that many girl friends, I do love girls and I love their sensitivity and stuff like that, but that’s why I identify more as a gay man – because I like guys, but also identify as a guy.”

Later in the video, Pastas said that she “1,000%” thinks she is transgender, but also “1,000%” identifies with her “natural born gender.”

She added that she prefers she/her pronouns because she finds they/them confusing – a statement which came under particular criticism.

Defending herself from a backlash, Paytas said that her video “was not meant to be funny” and insisted that she wasn’t making any money from the video.

It later emerged that she had made $8,000 in ad revenue.

More: Jaclyn Hill, jon hill, trisha paytas, YouTube

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