Jake Paul responds to callout from Fury family in brutal fashion as he reveals Instagram messages he allegedly received from Tommy Fury’s girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague
Jake Paul has responded to being called out by the Fury family in the only way he knows how – with complete brutality!
The YouTuber, who’s building himself an intriguing and highly lucrative boxing career, has exchanged a war of words with Tommy Fury, brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson.
Some of the Fury clan, including Tommy and Tyson, as well as NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal recently called out Paul from Miami in a video that was somewhat bizarre.
Paul issued his response on his Instagram story, and much like in his three professional boxing bouts, he pulled no punches.
The American labelled the Fury family as ‘desperate’ before attacking the calibre of opponents Tommy has fought in his five pro bouts, claiming he’s fighting on a much higher level than the Gypsy King’s brother.
“The desperation is seeping through the pores of the Fury family. It’s quite embarrassing,” Paul said. “The heavyweight champion of the world is on Instagram talking about Jake Paul begging me to fight his brother!
“Listen Tommy, focus on your fight in a couple of weeks that no one even knows about by the way, this clip will be the biggest promotion for your entire f****** fight.
“You’re literally picking someone to fight you in three weeks who hasn’t even been training. You don’t even have an opponent who’s been through a real camp.
“Fight someone real, do a real pay-per-view and then maybe we can chat. The last guy you fought was 0-9. The people you fought in total have a combined record of 15 wins and 250 losses…
“You come looking for me in Miami to ‘try and come find me’. You know damn well I’m not in Miami, I’m in Puerto Rico. If you want to pull up here I will gladly beat the f*** out of you.
“Until then just leave Shaq out of this. I already knocked an NBA player so leave Shaq out of this. You guys are desperate. Tommy, you fight for $100,000, you have some ladders to climb to get onto my level unfortunately my friend. I’m not talking about this any more, peace out. F*** you guys!”
Paul did have one more thing to say though, and this was undoubtedly the big stinger.
He was previously adamant that Tommy’s girlfriend, Molly-Mae Hague, once sent him a message on Instagram, implying she was interested in Paul romantically.
Paul added: “And one last thing Tommy, you should be more worried about your girl sliding into a bunch of dudes’ DMs than you should about fighting me.”
The next part of Paul’s Instagram story was a screenshot of a message Molly allegedly sent in October 2018, eight months before she met Tommy on reality show Love Island.
It read: “Might be coming to America later this year and I’ve always been a fan of your videos. Maybe you can show me around?!”
She has since denied ever sending a message to Paul, insisting it’s fake.
She tweeted: “Times must be hard when you’re having to fake a DM… photoshop is scary.”
Molly also liked a tweet that the white heart emoji didn’t come out on Instagram until 2019 and the alleged message was sent in 2018.
This really is getting personal…