YouTube vlogger Jake Paul is acting up on Twitter after his victory against Robinson, challenges Kanye, Obama and Trump to a boxing match.
Jake Paul proved his skill in the ring earlier this month when he absolutely demolished self-proclaimed “top-tier athlete” Nate Robinson with a powerful knockout during the Mike Tyson-Roy Jones Jr. undercard, but know he’s going Super Saiyan.
Jake Paul is on a roll. He beat AnEsobGib and “top-tier athlete” former professional basketballer Nate Robinson in the ring, and now he fancies himself a bit of a pro.
Nate Robinson got completely humiliated in his short-lived boxing match against the YouTube star after getting knocked down twice to the ground in the first match before having his lights, almost permanently, switch off in the second.
Now that Jake Paul has tasted blood his is seemingly after more.
Jake Paul has gone Super Saiyan on Twitter, he even changed his Twitter profile picture to Gohan from Dragon Ball Z and has challenged numerous people to boxing matches. Some people think he might have been hacked considering the people he has challenged.
“Yo Joe Biden put the f*cking gloves why you being a bitch?” The 23-year-old vlogger, Jake Paul, tweeted.
To prove his beef wasn’t political he also went after two other 2020 US political candidates.
“Since you dumb enough to run for president, you dumb enough to be knocked out. WTF you at?” Jake tweeted at Kanye.
He even had Donald Trump in his target: “Bout to knock your little wig right off, little b*tch. Let’s do PPV [Pay Per View]. Where you at little bitch.”
The tirade didn’t end there. He also went after Paris Hilton and James Lebron.
Many people were wondering whether Jake Paul had been hacked, but he doubled down on his troll tweets by sharing them on his Instagram.
Trolling (which he most definitely is) or not, Jake Paul might not get the chance to fight these people. People are actually scared for his life after Jake Paul confirmed that he is fighting Floyd Mayweather in a boxing match come January.
Unlike Nate Robinson, Floyd Mayweather is a former professional boxer with a wealth of experience.
Mayweather even extended his undefeated boxin streak to 50 victories and 0 defeats (50–0), surpassing the 49–0 record of Hall of Famer Rocky Marciano, after defeating MMA bad boy Conor McGregor by technical knockout (TKO) in the 10th round in 2017.
The odds are stacked against Jake Paul as winner against Floyd Mayweather in January.