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YouTube celeb Jake Paul is known for comedic pranks, but there’s nothing funny about destroying people’s hearing … according to a new lawsuit. A California man is going after the YouTuber and his team of pranksters for driving around L.A. with a super loud car horn and blaring it near unsuspecting pedestrians. The point of the prank? Capturing the looks on their scared faces … far as we can tell.

According to the suit, Paul and crew rolled up on the guy as he was leaving a store in WeHo and the obnoxiously loud horn ended up damaging his hearing. He says his encounter with Jake’s crew is included in a video posted on Paul’s YouTube channel. The man’s suing Jake Paul and his company for damages for the injury and emotional distresshttp://www.tmz.com/2017/10/10/youtube-star-jake-paul-sued-horn-prank-lawsuit/

Ellen DeGeneres has just made YouTube history as the first talk-show host to to surpass 10 billion lifetime views.The YouTube destination for DeGeneres’ eponymous talk show, TheEllenShow, counts 20 million subscribers to date and marks the 16th most-viewed channel on all of YouTube, the video giant says. These massive numbers are in part due to the fact that DeGeneres often features viral video stars — such as Sophia Grace (122 million views), Psy (58 million views), and the duo behind “Damn, Daniel” (36 million views) — on her show.

DeGeneres also recently launched an ad-supported original YouTube series called Ellen’s Show Me More Show, featuring games and celebrity guests.

The talk-show host trailing DeGeneres by the narrowest margin is Jimmy Fallon, whose Tonight Show channel has clocked 7.9 billion views to date, followed by Jimmy Kimmel, whose Jimmy Kimmel Live channel has amassed 5 billion views.

Meanwhile, other talk-show hosts to have surpassed 1 billion views on YouTube include: James Corden’s The Late Late Show, which has 3.4 billion YouTube views; Stephen Colbert’s The Late Show, which has 2.1 billion views; and John Oliver’s Last Week Tonight, which has 1.3 billion views.
http://www.tubefilter.com/2017/10/10/ellen-degeneres-10-billion-youtube-views/

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