Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz and Girlfriend Meagan Camper Expecting Baby No. 2


Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz and Girlfriend Meagan Camper Expecting Baby No. 2

Pete Wentz‘s family is getting bigger in 2018!

The Fall Out Boy member and his longtime girlfriend Meagan Camper are expecting a baby in the New Year.

“Happy New Year! We’re kicking the year off with news of the best gift yet,” he shared with his 1.5 million Instagram followers. “[Baby] coming to our family in 2018… love Pete, Meagan, Bronx and Saint.”

The pair, who began dating in 2011, is proud parents to 3-year-old Saint. Pete also shares Bronx with ex-wife Ashlee Simpson Ross.

In the announcement, Saint had the honor of holding up a pink box causing fans to believe the sex of the upcoming family member is a girl.

While his kids are still on the younger side, Pete previously revealed to Elle that his oldest son was showing an interest in music. At the same time, he loved the fact that Bronx saw him as dad first and foremost.

“My [then] six year old comes out on the road, and he’s endlessly curious about everything: ‘Where is there ice under the arena?’ For him, it’s like being at your dad’s office,” Pete explained to the publication. “There’s a picture of us playing for 40,000 people in Los Angeles, and there’s a picture of my son on the side of the stage playing his Nintendo DS. I’m just his dad. It’s such a cool relationship to have.”

As for his longtime partner Meagan, Pete is the first to share how much she’s impacted his life for the better.

“She is a person that puts up with my madness,” he once told Howard Stern. “I’m a man in love! Not jumping on the couch, but…”

We sense the happiness, Pete. Congratulations on the big news.

Published at Tue, 02 Jan 2018 04:46:20 +0000YouTube Star Logan Paul Apologizes After Posting Video Filmed in “Japanese Suicide Forest”

Logan Paul

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Logan Paul is apologizing to his fans and followers after posting a controversial video.

The YouTube star recently traveled to Aokigahara, a forest in Japan that is referred to as “suicide forest” because it’s the site of hundreds of suicides.

According to New York Magazine, Logan decided to post a video from the area titled “We found a dead body in the Japanese Suicide Forest…” that appeared to feature a deceased body. On Monday night, however, the video was removed and an apology was issued.

“Let’s start with this—I’m sorry,” Logan explained to his 3.9 million Twitter followers. “This is a first for me. I’ve never faced criticism like this before, because I’ve never made a mistake like this before. I’m surrounded by good people and believe I make good decisions, but I’m still a human being. I can be wrong.”

He continued, “I didn’t do it for views. I get views. I did it because I thought I could make a positive ripple on the Internet, not cause a monsoon of negativity. That’s never the intention. I intended to raise awareness for suicide and suicide prevention and while I thought ‘if this video saves just ONE life, it’ll be worth it,’ I was misguided by shock and awe, as portrayed in the video. I still am.”

In an intro to the footage, Logan reportedly called the 15-minute video, “the most real vlog I’ve ever posted to this channel.”

“I think this definitely marks a moment in YouTube history because I’m pretty sure this has never hopefully happened to anyone on YouTube ever,” he shared via NY Magazine. “Now with that said: buckle the f–k up, because you’re never gonna see a video like this again!”

While the video reportedly received more than 6 million views in less than a day, many were quick to express their outrage leading to Logan’s apology.

“I do this s–t ever day. I’ve made a 15 minute TV show EVERY SINGLE DAY for the past 460+ days. One may understand that it’s easy to get caught up in the moment without fully weighing the possible ramifications,” Logan explained in his Twitter post. “I’m often reminded of how big of a reach I truly have & with great power comes great responsibility…for the first time in my life I’m regretful to say I handled that power incorrectly. It won’t happen again.”

He added, “I love everyone. I believe in people. I’m out here. Peace. #Logang4Life.”

If you or someone you know needs help, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

Published at Tue, 02 Jan 2018 04:14:00 +0000