Jake Paul has once again fired up the internet not because of his pranks, but because of his racist comments toward a fan. In his latest video posted Tuesday, the 20-year-old social media personality and his team were up to stage a prank at a fast food chain when a fan saw them and rushed over to greet his idols.

YouTube star drew flak for racist comments

"Can you put this on the vlog, please?" the fan asked the group. “Yes, where are you from?” Jake Paul replied. The fan explained that he is from Kazakhstan and was immediately cut off by the YouTube star.

“It sounds like you’re just going to blow someone up. Send the nuke," Jake Paul said, seemingly suggesting that the fan was a terrorist.

His comments, as expected, were met with criticisms from his subscribers and detractors who took offense to his racist remarks and rude behavior toward the fan. The internet was quick to react and trended #JakePaulisOverParty on Twitter and bombarded the social media personality with hate comments for his recent controversies.

The internet slams Jake Paul for rude behavior

Jake Paul rose to popularity for his viral videos posted on Vine since 2013.

He currently has over 9 million subscribers on his YouTube channel, 8.9 million fans on Instagram, and 1.93 million followers on Twitter. His popularity in the cyber world has earned him a role on Disney Channel's "Bizaardvark" series which premiered in June 2016.

But shortly after he was reported for public nuisance over his antics and pranks at his West Hollywood rental home, Disney Channel announced that they are cutting their ties with Jake Paul and thanked him for taking part in the series.

The network refused to give further details on the sudden announcement but assured that the decision was mutually agreed upon by both parties.

Jake Paul also confirmed his departure in his letter to his fans, where he expressed his love for his "Bizaardvark" cast mates and Disney family. "At this point in time I am wanting to focus more on my personal brand, my YouTube channel, business ventures, growing Team 10, and working on more adult acting roles," he wrote.

The social media influencer even teased that he is brewing something big for his fans. After upsetting his neighbors and after losing his Disney Channel gig, Jake Paul was also slammed for shoving his Team 10 co-member, Tessa Brooks, in a viral video.

But is appears like controversy won't leave Jake Paul alone after he drew flak for giving away Post Malone's home address and filming him without prior notice.