YouTube sensation Jake Paul recently blasted fellow social media star KSI for charging fans to attend the press conference and weigh-in for his fight against Faze Temperrr on Saturday.
Paul took to Twitter to express his displeasure, calling KSI’s decision to charge fans “shameful.” KSI had previously called out to his fans to attend by purchasing tickets and food vouchers for both events.
Paul’s tweet in response to KSI’s call-out received a lot of attention on social media. Many of Paul’s fans and followers agreed with his sentiments and criticized KSI for charging fans to attend.
KSI and Paul have a long history of conflict and rivalry, particularly when it comes to their respective boxing careers. The two have exchanged barbs and insults and have often taunted each other about their respective fights.
Paul’s criticism of KSI for charging fans to attend his press conference and weigh-in is the latest example of their ongoing feud. It remains to be seen if the two will ever meet in the ring, but it appears that their rivalry will continue to make headlines for some time.
This is not the first time that Paul has taken a jab at KSI. In the past, he has accused KSI of being afraid to fight him, and has accused him of using his celebrity status to take advantage of his fans. Paul also made an offer to fight KSI for free after his opponent Alex Wassabi withdrew from their fight last August.
The British YouTuber reportedly rejected Paul’s offer to fight KSI for free, and Paul is now insisting that the fight will have to take place in the US instead. KSI has also accused Paul of being dishonest in his efforts to fight him, and the two have been trading barbs on social media in recent weeks.
The ongoing feud between Paul and KSI has become a major talking point among their respective fanbases. Many of KSI’s and Paul’s fans eagerly await their fight, hoping that the two will eventually settle their differences in the ring. Until then, the two will continue to trade barbs on social media and the rivalry will continue to make headlines.