Jake Paul was more serious on his latest vlog wherein he showed his journey in helping those who were affected of Hurricane Harvey in Houston. In the 15-minute video uploaded on Thursday, the controversial social media influencer and his friends took the initiative to aid people displaced by floods.

Hurricane Harvey victims receive help from Jake Paul and team

"There is a lot of chaos going on," he told his subscribers. "We're doing all we can to help with Hurricane Harvey and there's so many people out there that are helping."

Jake Paul and co. first rescued a family of seven stuck inside their home.

Using their jet skis, the team braved Hurricane Harvey flood to transfer the victims and their belongings. "The whole entire neighborhood is flooded. It's really, really deep like six feet," he said.

He explained that it was hard to locate those who are in need of help since there was no way to communicate with them. Even after the sun has set, the team continued to look for victims to rescue from the flooded Houston areas. They even rescued an elderly to evacuate his flooded home.

The 20-year-old Social Media Influencer ended his vlog with a reflection of the rescue operation. "It's absolutely insane. There are so many families out there still. The hurricane is still going all across Texas and into Louisiana," he said.

Jake Paul continued, "There's still so much to be done here and there are not enough people and there's not enough supplies and there's not enough time. If you guys can get involved in any way, shape or form, please do."

He added that his team is doing its best to raise money to help people who are in dire need of shelter, food, and supplies.

The former "Bizaardvark" star also extended his thoughts and prayers to those who have lost their loved ones on the devastating calamity.

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"Keep on smiling. Keep on working hard. Keep on making the world a better place every single day. Help out with the Hurricane Harvey and please stay up-to-date with everything that we have going on here because I don't know when we're gonna need your help next," he said.

The emotional vlog dedicated to the victims of Hurricane Harvey was uploaded after Jake Paul uploaded a diss track to acknowledge his past wrongdoings. The YouTube star even invited his fans and critics to join #JakePaulRoastChallenge and upload their own diss track of him.

“The bottom line is you’re right when you’re hating on me. I do make a lot of mistakes, like a lot. But as a message for everyone else, if you're like getting hated on, if you're getting bullied, don't let it get you down," he mused.