Tana Mongeau isn't happy with the Teen Choice Awards after a joke was made on the show about her recent marriage to Jake Paul.
It all started when Crazy Rich Asians actor Ken Jeong took to the stage to present Noah Centineo with an award.
During his speech, Jeong cracked a joke about rumours that Mongeau and Paul's marriage hasn't been legalised, saying: "Jake Paul over here would be pissed, and that could stress out his pretend marriage, leading to a fake divorce from his not-wife."
In case you don't know what Jeong's referring to, here's the brief rundown:
• Mongeau and Paul had a wedding ceremony in Las Vegas a couple of weeks ago, just months after they started dating.
• However, the relationship had already been clouded with rumours that it was all for clout.
• This wasn't helped by comments made by the couple, including what Mongeau said on her MTV show: "It's still something fun and lighthearted that we're obviously doing for fun and for content."
• In the same YouTube video, Mongeau added: "I really wouldn't want to do it on paper because I think that legally binding yourself to someone takes away the love."
But it looks like Mongeau didn't exactly take too kindly to the joke about her relationship. Jumping on Twitter, the YouTuber turned on her caps lock and accused the show of being "rigged".
There wasn't much time for Mongeau to be mad at the Teen Choice Awards, though, as she quickly turned her attention to MTV, the network that has been broadcasting her reality show, Tana Turns 21.
Mongeau originally voiced her issue with the network after her "for fun and for content" comment began spreading across social media. In response, Mongeau explained that the quote had been taken from a "very long sentence" and had been edited by MTV for the show.
And on Monday, Mongeau agreed with a fan who called out MTV for discrediting her relationship with Paul.
In response to another fan, Mongeau said: "[The show] makes me heated too."
BuzzFeed News has reached out to Mongeau for comment.
Ben Henry is a celebrity reporter for BuzzFeed UK and is based in London.
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