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"It's not anyone's problem but my own": Trisha Paytas apologizes to Ethan Klein amidst Frenemies drama 

Trisha Paytas officially apologizes to Ethan Klein (Image via YouTube)
Trisha Paytas officially apologizes to Ethan Klein (Image via YouTube)
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Trisha Paytas recently apologized to Ethan Klein for being the reason the Frenemies podcast had come to an end.

The Frenemies podcast was started by H3H3 productions and was hosted by YouTubers Ethan Klein and Trisha Paytas. The two began filming the show in July of 2020 and finished off the show with 39 episodes.

Frenemies officially ended in early June due to both arguing over Trisha Paytas' role in the employment process and how she wasn't receiving an extra five percent pay from the show's revenue.

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Trisha Paytas admits sabotaging her friendship with Ethan Klein

Trisha Paytas uploaded a video to YouTube on Tuesday afternoon titled "apology to Ethan", in which she explained her wrongdoings that caused the downfall of the beloved Frenemies podcast.

She began by stating that she respected Ethan's willingness to work in a group.

"He's very group oriented as far as family and the people he works for, and I respect that. I do. I just hope this can give them some sort of peace to know where I am at."

Trisha Paytas then continued by claiming that she wanted to reach out to Hila Klein, Ethan's wife and her fiance's younger sister, to apologize formally.

"It is totally up to them if they want to accept my apology or not. I've accepted apologies and I have not accepted apologies, so it's totally up to them. I was talking to Moses yesterday and I [said] I wanted to reach out to [his] sister in a month or two because I don't want it to be this fresh. It's still very fresh."

The 33-year-old then publicly admitted to "sabotaging another good thing" in her life, something she had been notoriously known to do with prior relationships and friendships.

"Even after the Frenemies fight, we talked really quick. I wanted it to be over cause I do get in the moment. It's not anyone's problem but my own. This is something that I really need to work on. At the end of the day, I messed up. I sabotaged another good thing in my life."

She capped off her apology by implying how tired she was of her and Ethan's constant hits at each other. Trisha has posted over a total of 30 tweets and videos clapping back at the H3H3 creator.

"There's only so much combat and back-and-forth that you can do in any situation. It's almost like a relationship situation. I had to process why this was significant. This is my apology."

Trisha Paytas has since deleted every "exposing" video of Ethan Klein off her YouTube channel.

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Fans say Trisha Paytas' apology "seems like progress"

Fans took to Twitter to show their support for Trisha Paytas, even calling her apology to Ethan "progress".

Given that the influencer has been very vocal about her mental health issues, many took it upon themselves to applaud Trisha for making the first move.

However, others took Trisha Paytas' apology as a sign of a potential Frenemies comeback. As the two had settled their two previous tiffs before the current one, many were hopeful of reconciliation.

Ethan Klein has yet to respond to Trisha's apology. However, considering he has been very kind towards her when speaking about the drama, fans are sure the two will be making up in no time.

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Edited by Ashish Yadav
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