Jake Paul: “NBA Youngboy Knocked Up Your Daughter” – Floyd Fires Back
Back in December, Floyd Mayweather announced on Instagram that he will step back into the squared circle to fight Logan Paul in a boxing exhibition match on Feb. 20.
The undefeated boxing champ is set to face off with Logan Paul soon and the event, which has reportedly been in the works for a while, will be exclusively available on Fanmio pay-per-view.
However, Logan’s brother Jake Paul, took to Instagram to fire shots at Floyd — mentioning NBA YoungBoy and his daughter, Yaya.
Floyd recently said he would be open to fighting both Jake Paul and 50 Cent — and Jake seems to have taken offense:
“Dear Mr. Mayweather, who runs your Instagram? They need to get paid better. Do us a favor and stay off of social media, you should focus on learning to read, retirement, or maybe an encyclopedia,” Jake Paul says in the video.
“You call me out to fight but you’re half my height. You may beat my brother but Jake Paul is a different type. F*ck your proposition, I don’t do exhibitions. We can fight on my conditions, 50/50 commissions. Oh, and we haven’t forgotten, you tried training Nate [Robinson] to beat me.”
He continued, “I left him unconscious on the canvas, let’s hope you’re not that easy. A quick NBA knockout, he’s never boxing again. Speaking of NBA, who knocked up your daughter, my friend?”
In response, Floyd said: “Jake Paul is talking about he don’t do exhibitions, them two bullsh*t boxing matches he had were exhibitions. They were not against real professional boxers. And I don’t even play when it comes to education because millions of blacks got lynched just for reading,” he wrote in a post which showed him with Jake Paul and “My Biggest Fan” across the bottom.
“Let me see, you went to get a black boxing trainer, try to dress like you’re black, wear jewelry like black people, try to dance like black people, but you don’t want to be BLACK. All you do is jack black swag from us. You go from groupie fan to a fake professional fighter, this world is crazy.”