Josie Canseco thinks her father needs to chill out on sicial meda.
Fathers embarrassing their daughters usually happens in the real world as a rite of passage, but Jose Canseco is taking his embarrassment to another level.
According to Josie, she and her 56-year-old father ar eno longer on speaking terms because he won’t stop his silly feud with YouTuber Logan Paul over social media.
“My dad’s been going on a f–king rampage on Twitter calling out Logan, calling out Jake [Paul], just being so selfishly embarrassing,” she said in a lengthy rant to friend and fellow model Charlotte D’Alessio on the “Between Good and Evil” podcast. “Normally if a dad wanted to start a ‘fake Twitter beef’ or whatever, he’d be like, ‘Hey, do you mind if I call out your boyfriend and call him weak and this and that for attention?’
“I have no idea [if he’s joking]. He’s blocked right now, to be completely honest. We haven’t spoken.”
“When it comes back to character and integrity, I don’t f–k with those selfish moves. He’s just embarrassing. ‘What are you doing, father? Dad, help. Explain to me, please. Why are you being this way?’ I went off. I ripped him a new a–hole. He’s like, ‘I’m a grown man, you won’t tell me what I can and cannot say.”
Josie and Paul started dating back in April 2020, but have since split up.
“So, me and Logan split a little bit ago. … We just didn’t necessarily see a future with what we had there at the time, granted we’re fine now. We just went through some s–t,” Josie said. “We’re finding out a respectable place. Also he has a lot going on with his fight coming up. He has training camp, I’m just trying to be supportive and be what he needs in a partner and I think vice versa.”
Josie says Jose “crossed a line” by feuding with Paul and dragging his family into things given that she and Paul are still friends.
“He crossed a line of being selfish and embarrassing me calling out someone that I’m still very close with,” she said. “He came at Logan’s dad and tweeted pictures and saying s–t. I don’t f–k with that fake internet s–t. I just do not care. I don’t need press, I don’t need publicity, I don’t care to be famous, I don’t care for attention.”
Here’s just a bit of what Josie is talking about: