Trisha Paytas' Fans Beg Them To Stop Tweeting Amid 'Frenemies' Drama

The sad ending of Frenemies has continued to rage on following Trisha Paytas' exit from the popular podcast this week, and now fans are begging the YouTuber to stop tweeting about their dispute with Ethan Klein.

Paytas and Klein have hosted the H3H3 Productions podcast together since September 2020, but a fight on Monday's episode of the popular show led to a wider clash about creative control and revenue.

YouTuber Paytas announced their dramatic exit from the H3H3 Productions show on Tuesday, via three videos uploaded to YouTube. It is worth noting that Paytas is currently engaged to Klein's brother-in-law, Moses Hacmon.

However, the drama simply did not end there, with the 33-year-old unleashing on Klein with a barrage of tweets about the situation.

Screenshots of their private Whatsapp conversations also saw Paytas forced to apologize for using offensive language against Jewish people.

The tweets from Paytas were still ongoing on Thursday morning, while Klein stopped tweeting on Wednesday night.

Several of Paytas' fans have urged them to stop tweeting about the situation, saying that this will not improve matters.

One tweet, which is going viral with more than 7,000 likes, reads: "girl i've had it.. literally been on your team since 2009 but i cannot do this anymore. Before you ruin your relationship with Ethan, watch the whole video and put your phone away or call your therapist. The internet is not your trauma dumping ground."

girl i’ve had it.. literally been on your team since 2009 but i cannot do this anymore. Before you ruin your relationship with Ethan, watch the whole video and put your phone away or call your therapist. The internet is not your trauma dumping ground.

— Johnny (@ididnothimark) June 10, 2021

Another person tweeted: "They are cooking Trisha in her mentions right now. I dunno how she thought taking this to the internet was a good idea."

"moses seeing trisha open twitter for the 395839 time today," said another.

While another tweet reads: "I just woke up to 87 tweets and several videos from Trisha... I hate it here..."

Another added: "I think Moses needs to take Trisha Paytas's phone away."

On Monday's episode of Frenemies, Paytas seemed to upset the show's crew by calling a segment of the show "lazy."

This led Klein to say that Paytas just "shows up," and doesn't do most of the work involved in producing the episodes of Frenemies—culminating in wider disagreements about production costs and where advertising revenue is allocated.

In Paytas' first video announcing their departure, they explained that they wanted the show to be a 50/50 partnership, including pitching in costs for the set and production, and they were leaving to "ease the tension."

"I don't want to be the toxicity in their machine. and I can feel that I am. and it's not good for anyone involved," they wrote.

Meanwhile, on Twitter, Klein's last tweets on the matter read: "At the end of the day, Frenemies was a beautiful experiment that I will always cherish. I've learned and grown so much from the experience and have Trisha to thank for that. She's been a dear friend of mine throughout, and I'll always be grateful for all she's done for us."

He then added: "Erased most of my recent tweets regarding trisha - shouldnt have said that on twitter—im going to take a step back for evening."

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Trisha Paytas enters the Big Brother House for the Celebrity Big Brother launch at Elstree Studios on August 1, 2017 in Borehamwood, England. Karwai Tang/Getty/WireImage