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6ix9ine Responds After Jake Paul Says He Wants to Fight Him

todayMay 18, 2021

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The Game may want to fight Jake Paul, but Paul would rather get in the ring with another rapper.

When asked during an Instagram Q&A whether he would fight 6ix9ine, the YouTuber-turned-boxer said he would be happy to “knock him out.” Paul claims that it would be an easy match and would barely last 30 seconds. In fact, he doesn’t even think the “ZAZA” rapper would show up to the fight.

“I want to because he deserves to get his ass beat and I want to do it for all the people he’s disrespected,” said Paul, “but honestly would be too easy and 30 second fight + he wouldn’t show up in the ring on the day of the fight.”

Added Paul, “But yes I would love to knock him out.”

It didn’t take long for 6ix9ine to respond to Paul, whose KOs include former NBA guard Nate Robinson and UFC fighter Ben Askren.

“I think he’s on steroids like his security guard who passed away @jakepaul,” commented Tekashi, referring to the late Shamir Bolivar, who also worked for 6ix9ine.

Over the weekend, The Game challenged Jake Paul and his brother Logan to a fight. “Let’s just fight head up fades,” tweeted the Compton MC. “No gloves, no money needed…. just on some me & my brother will f**k you & your brother up shit !!!!”

Jake shot back at Game, claiming he would finish him. “Hate it or love it you would get knocked the fu**ed out,” he said, while Logan warned Game, “You gonna need your entire family.”

However, it doesn’t look like a Game vs. Paul fight will ever happen. “No I don’t assault grandpa’s like [Conor] McGregor,” the YouTube star said after being questioned.

Jake is currently training for his fight against boxing champ Floyd Mayweather, which will air June 6 on pay-per-view.

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