TikTok celebrity Taylor Frankie Paul has been getting a lot of attention since her troubled marriage caught the attention of netizens. TikToker and her husband Tate Paul broke up, the internet is flooded with news.
Social media creates a spotlight on the lives of creators and influencers, and their personal lives always attract the attention of their loyal followers.
TikTok star Taylor Paul has claimed she’s divorcing her husband, but many of her followers aren’t sure if the video is true or a joke.
Who is Taylor Frankie Paul?
Taylor Frankie Paul is a TikTok star and social media personality using @taylorfrankiepaul. She has 3.4 million followers and her videos have gotten more than 118 million views.
She shares videos with her husband Tate Paul and two children, as well as with her girl team and on her own.
Taylor is also on Instagram, where she has 182,000 followers.
Taylor, 28, is currently trending on Reddit and Twitter after sparking divorce rumors with her husband. This comes after the two announced on TikTok that they will undergo a DNA test to determine if they are related. The married couple made the decision after a follower said they looked like identical twins. In a later video, the couple announced that they had taken the test and the results showed they were “100% related.”
Social media users discussed TikToker’s marriage. According to sources, the social media phenomenon is believed to have cheated on her husband Tate. After that, the couple’s mutual friends must have taken Tate’s side. Internet users also noticed that the couple slept in separate rooms as their marriage was no longer functional.
About Taylor and Tate Paul
Taylor Frankie Paul married Tate Paul in January 2016 after meeting him. The latter is currently employed by AdvancedMD as a Regional Manager. On August 31, 2017, the couple welcomed their first child, Indy. Their son, Ocean, will be born on June 18, 2020.
Taylor and Brayden did not address the infidelity rumors. Tate Paul had not discussed his relationship with Taylor on social media platforms at the time of writing this article.