- Jake Paul was kicked out of a ‘virtual face-off’ between KSI and Tommy Fury
- Paul quizzed KSI on his boxing career before asking who he had actually beaten
- Paul was removed from the stream and blamed KSI’s team for ejecting him
KSI was live on ‘Kick’ with Adin Ross when Paul took the opportunity to gatecrash the stream and mock his long-term rival.
Paul was heard quizzing KSI on his boxing career before asking the Prime founder whether he had actually beaten anyone of note.
KSI didn’t appreciate the line of questioning from Paul and snapped back saying: ‘I’ve beaten every opponent in front of me’.
KSI tried to throw it back at Paul by asking whether he had successfully beaten all of his opponents, knowing he lost to Fury in February.
Jake Paul was kicked out of a ‘virtual face-off’ between KSI (left) and Tommy Fury (right) ahead of their misfits bout on October 14
Paul (right) was heard quizzing KSI (left) on his boxing career before asking the Prime founder whether he had actually beaten anyone of note
Paul accused KSI’s manager Mams Taylor (above) for removing him from the stream
The two YouTubers-turned-boxers continued to exchange verbal blows before Paul was mysteriously removed from the live stream.
Paul took to Twitter (now known as X) to share text messages stating KSI’s team were behind his removal from the live stream.
‘Lol KSI manager freaking out behind the scenes and making Adin’s manager kick me out of the chat!’ Paul wrote to his followers.
KSI’s manager Mams Taylor responded by saying: ‘Soft! I’d never freak out over you, you fraudulent poser.
‘Should have not ducked if you want that KSI clout. Get your attention elsewhere by fighting crippled old men.’
The dispute between the two parties continued on social media. However, the Fury’s decided to stay out of the drama.
That being said, Fury’s dad, John, could be heard saying the following while on the stream: ‘I’m glad he’s rolled up to save the show because this idiot is a crank.’