Jake Paul has been trending on social media over the last few weeks again and this was due to an altercation vs Floyd Mayweather. This went down at Floyd’s press conference at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami for his upcoming fight vs Jake’s brother, Logan. Jake ended up taking Floyd’s hat and from that point, all hell broke loose as Floyd wanted a piece of Jake as well as Floyd’s security wanting to do the same. Now, Jake is entertaining an interesting fight.
Jake Is Open To Fighting Tekashi 6ix9ine
Jake recently answered a question on TikTok whether if he would take on Tekashi 6ix9ine in a boxing match. At first, Jake quickly said no. The fan then mentioned how 6ix9ine said he would fight Jake and that it needed to be set up. Then, Jake quickly put on a rubber glove as his voice was then switched to a much deeper tone as he said “get the f*ckin’ rat traps.” This implies that 6ix9ine is a snitch, as he is viewed currently in hip-hop.
6ix9ine Challenged Meek Mill To A Fight As Well
6ix9ine has been trolling people all spring, especially back in February. Then, he and Meek Mill got into an altercation in a parking garage in Atlanta. After that. 6ix9ine accused Meek of having too much security and police around him. He even clowned Meek even more by putting footage of the incident in his “ZAZA” music video. 6ix9ine also eventually called out Meek to do a celebrity boxing match, which didn’t end up being answered.
6ix9ine Also Trolled Lil Reese After Latest Shooting
Popular Chicago rapper, Lil Reese, was also shot in his hometown again this weekend. This occurred in a parking garage as two other men were shot as well. Reese is being listed as in “fair condition” as well as he is expected to make it. Of course, 6ix9ine has been feuding with Chicago rappers since the fall so he spoke on this incident as well. He took to Instagram to ask how Reese ended up being shot before Quando Rondo did.
Jake Paul Is Undefeated In His Boxing Career
Jake Paul is known a lot of times for his antics and also beefing with other celebrities on social media, just like 6ix9ine. At the same time though, he’s built a name for himself as a popular YouTuber and lately, as a boxer as well. Currently, he has a 3-0 professional record. Despite this, many discredit Paul due to the level of competition he’s faced so far such as former NBA star, Nate Robinson, and former UFC athlete, Ben Askren.