Jake Paul intensifies his verbal sparring with Dana White, calling her “one of the most selfish, capitalistic motherf*ckers I’ve ever seen.”
Jake Paul and Dana White’s animosity is showing no signs of stopping down.
Following a few of heated discussions on social media this weekend, “The Problem Child” renewed his war of words with White on Sunday. Paul urged UFC President Dana White to improve fighter compensation and provide long-term health care for his roster, threatening to end his own promising boxing career and face Jorge Masvidal in the octagon if White accepted these requirements. He also wants White to be checked for drugs for the next ten years.
more articles Jake Paul intensifies :
Later, White responded, repeating his earlier claims that Paul is a steroid user, doubting whether Paul penned his statement himself, and implying that Paul isn’t a pay-per-view draw, among other insults.
Paul has since responded, blasting White for failing to answer his precise arguments.
“Long story short,” Paul wrote on Instagram, “you address nothing that I said.” “I agreed to take up your challenge. I stated that I will compete in mixed martial arts. You avoided all of that nonsense when I announced I’d retire from boxing. It indicates that you are backed into a corner. You’re a dog in a corner, fighting to defend his entire enterprise and the humiliation that I’ve caused you. Everyone can see that, and what you can’t accept, love, or respect is that I’m trying to alter the sport forever, and you’re one of the most selfish, capitalistic motherf*ckers I’ve ever seen, and everyone else, Dana, needs you. I’m the only one who doesn’t require your services, and I couldn’t care less about you, but all of your fighters, all of them, can’t say anything because you’ll simply bench them. You’d finally met your match. I’m not going to quit now. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the program.”
“The basic line, Dana,” he said, “is that you don’t give a f*ck about your fighters and you’re too much of a selfish b*tch to pay your minimum fighter more than $12,000 for endangering their lives.” “It’s the kind of thing a janitor does.” Dana, you must pay them $50,000. Stop equivocating on my points.”
Paul stated that he would welcome an MMA battle with Masvidal, but he does not believe Masvidal is a true pay-per-view draw, suggesting that his mother is a larger draw than the UFC’s “BMF” title.
“Every other week, you’re caught with drugs and hookers,” Paul remarked. “And you think you’d get some f*cking Botox because your forehead looks like a motherf*cking GPS Google Map with all the money you have, like, ‘billionaire’ or something.” Everything in it, even the lines and sh*t.
“And you call Masvidal a pay-per-view sensation?” Let’s look at his most recent Instagram post, which received 5,000 or 10,000 likes or something. Do you realize my mother Pam has more Facebook likes than your pay-per-view stars?”
White’s request that Paul be tested for steroids was met with enthusiasm by Paul, who referred to himself as “a fat b*tch.” He then shifted the focus back to White, claiming that White’s claims are based on Paul’s ability to knock out former UFC champion Tyron Woodley and former UFC welterweight contender Ben Askren.
“I don’t do steroids, and I take it as a compliment because there’s no other reason for me to knock out all of your champions than ‘This kid does drugs,'” Paul stated, later adding, “If you steroid test me, then I want to steroid test all of your fighters.” But you’re not going to do it, are you?”
Paul also defended his manager, Nakisa Bidarian, a former White employee who was named in White’s most recent rebuttal to the YouTube sensation. He also made sure to take a few more personal shots at White while doing so.
“Men, women, Dana White, and numbers don’t lie,” Paul explained. “You want to talk about my manager, who is your company’s CFO and helped you sell it for four billion dollars to Endeavor?”
“You’re just an envious, obnoxious f*ck.” You have no concept of actual bliss. You’re the epitome of a f*cking dissatisfied billionaire who believed that money would make their lives better. “I’m sorry for you.”