To those who have paid to see the "wedding" of YouTube stars Jake Paul and Tana Mongeau and of quality were disappointed ̵
1; speak Miss you now or forever your refund.
If you missed it – the couple got married in Las Vegas on Sunday in an eccentric ceremony where family, friends, fans and utter strangers participated … and streamed the event live.
For some reason – despite doubts about the authenticity of the couple and Jake's own brother – Logan predicted that they would barely last a month – 66,000 people paid somewhere between $ 50 and $ 75 to watch live as the couple said, "I do." By the way, it started late and lasted only about 10 minutes … but those are the good reviews.
Those who had spent the money on the streaming app halogen complained that the video was shaky, delayed, often frozen and the sound was drawn. Of course, many have asked for refunds and we have heard that they are getting them.
TMZ has learned that both Apple and Google Play are repaying customers who bought the Halogen app through company app stores and purchased the stream.  TMZ
Halogen would not tell us if they compensate Google and Apple for the refunds. A company representative would say, "Many high-profile developers use halogen to broadcast their live events, and sometimes technical issues on site with production vendors used by developers can cause fans to experience streaming problems." By the way … Jake and Tana got married just over a month after getting engaged and a few days after pregnancy.
Concerning the ceremony, a fight broke out that looked awful just after the officer pronounced her husband and wife. The officeholders also described their glorious day as a gathering in "holy power." Sooo … yes.
Hard to imagine why anyone would question his union. Oh, there's no record of having filed a marriage license in Clark County.
At least the viewers receive refunds. Who has bought a wedding gift – good luck!