YouTube star Jake Paul considers himself an 'imperfect role model'

After past controversy, the social influencer, who has more than 14 million subscribers on YouTube, talks to ABC News' Michael Strahan about trying to set an example for his young audience.
0:30 | 03/19/18

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I'm a parent I got kids they love you they love your brother. What are you want to tell those parents out there whose kids. Watch your videos I look at myself as a role model but I can in perfect role model I'm going to be real -- to make mistakes I think that's more realistic for kids that have a role model like that the verses like some religious site seems perfect from the outside because these kids in school. Are going through a lot they're gonna get bully they're gonna. Maybe get a detention they need to be shown how to deal with that and it's always think positively and to keep your head out and that's about China the stretcher but out there.

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