Jake Parsons (born: June 19, 1997YouTuber and Musician that originally started as a trolling channel. He especially trolled on Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, but is now more known for his personality and YouTube rants more than his trolling.), better known online as Trollzous (or Jake Zous), is a gaming comedic
Jake uploaded his first video on January 30th, 2012, where he talks about how he got deranked in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. He would then continue to make several videos on Modern Warfare 3 and also had one video where he played Minecraft until he uploaded his first trolling video on August 27th, 2013.
As his channel grew in subscribers to the thousands, he started to make Grand Theft Auto 5 and Grand Theft Auto: Online LetsPlays and "Music Videos". He also would from time to time do Q&As, but only on subscriber milestones. Other then that, he would play Goat Simulator, Call of Duty: Ghosts and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. He even made a few MLG videos (or Montage Parodies). He continued to troll on Black Ops 2 for a while until he created arguably the most successful series on his channel.
On August 9th, 2014, nearly a year since he started trolling, he created the character known as "Sex Demon" where he puts on a demonic voice and says overly sexualised things to see gamers' reactions. This was undeniably the most successful series on his channel, with views reaching in the hundreds of thousands, his most popular video, in which, is a compilation of the best of Sex Demon that he made as a 50,000 subscriber special. The video has since gained over 900'000 views. As he started transitioning his content to more of a commentary channel, he made his final Sex Demon video on April 14th, 2016 and slowly started to make less gaming videos as well. Although, for a nostalgia session, he uploaded a trolling video on May 30th, 2017, but did not do the demonic voice because he found out that doing it would cause him health problems.
After Jake stopped doing trolling, he eventually became more of a vlogger/commentary channel.
After his ex-girlfriend claimed Jake had ignored her lack of consent in a sexual situation, Jake left the internet altogether, making a brief comeback in 2019 only to disappear again.