While Jake didn't look in the movie, his voice might be heard in the beginning after sending a few text messages leaving a voicemail for Shane warning him about the potential backlash that he would receive in the sequence.
"I understand you're gonna get criticism for it. I don't even believe I must warn you. I am hated by people. Like, literally, they despise me. If this is gonna hurt you, I do not beg na take action," he explained. "If there is anything that we can do to prevent you getting hurt, then we ought to take action. And we should be as honest as possible. I trust you."
Shane revealed he would be talking to people throughout the show, such as Jake's family, current friends, and individuals who he had fallouts with. To YouTube critic INabber, Shane talked for the very first movie to try to understand more and what happened to Jake's friend group and previous girlfriends that left the group.
According INabber members of Team 10 have paid to become part of the group, including signing contracts that give Jake a percentage of the earnings they make to. A good deal of the past stunts of the group were talked about and Jake bullies lots of Team 10's members, both physically and verbally.
Majority of the video talked about Logan's fall out with his struggle and Alissa Violet against FaZe Banks over an alleged attack that happened.
"I believe the fame might have gone into his head a bit it. Maybe lost his head marginally," INabber explained.
In addition, he mentions Jake's logan paul behavior to create videos such as him, probably influences Logan Paul, his brother and his family. Shane also added a video featuring Jake and his dad, Greg, in an older video that was made following the Secret Service came into his home after he hid from the White House and snuck outside at 3:00 AM. Greg did not punish his son, but rather said that the Secret Service being meant that Jake was doing a fantastic job getting material for his videos.
He concentrates which Logan wondered when Jake was okay with that video and created.
"I've seen videos of allegedly of him like (Jake) spitting on people, or like beating or hitting Team 10 members, or even performing very mad things in movies, I wonder if he would say the suicide video thing is next degree and almost not human to do that," Shane said.
"I really don't think he is a totally awful person. I think he's somebody that has reached this degree of fame and that he doesn't need to lose it," INabber explained. "I think the whole thing of becoming popular for a lot of people on YouTube and especially for a whole lot of newer trend, you need to remove morals."
Shane posted on his own Twitter after submitting the very first video, stating ,"this month I've learned that there is far over two sides to every story. There was 100 and also in every part there is a different side shared. I wanted to make it fair and balanced as possible."
He also revealed that while he spoke to a number of people as their stories were difficult to speak about on camera, many others did not want to participate in it.
Shane will post part two of the show on September 27 and is talking to a psychologist in hopes of figuring out if Jake Paul is a sociopath predicated on videos and his behaviors.