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Soulja Boy Confirms He’ll Be Stepping In The Ring With Jake Paul

After a social media brawl between the rapper and the YouTuber, Soulja Boy has shared that his fight with Jake Paul is definitely going to happen.

Big Draco and Jake Paul are ready to let off some steam in the boxing ring.  Although the two had a hilarious back and forth on social media, Jake shared that his reasons for picking Soulja Boy as his opponent was purely a business move.

“There’s just a lot of controversy around him, and I think people would like to see him get knocked out,” Jake said.

Many thought that the fight wouldn’t actually happen because Soulja’s much-anticipated fight with Chris Brown was canceled without an explanation.  Jake has also publicly announced other contenders like FaZe Banks but so far nothing had been confirmed.  The hot-headed rapper shared with TMZ cameras that the fight between him and Jake is definitely going down!

“Jake Paul can’t beat me in no fight, you know that.  It’s really gonna happen though. It’s for real.”  Soulja continued, “I’ll put up the whole record label advance. Jake Paul you a bitch.” 

Soulja is confident that he will beat Jake despite the fact that the YouTuber has a size advantage over him.

“I know I’m gon’ handle him.  He ain’t got no hands. He just think he gon’ win ’cause he got weight advantage,” Soulja shared.

Jake seems to think Soulja Boy is all talk and doesn’t have the funds to back up his bold statement.

“Naw, I don’t think he does [have $20 million],” Jake told TMZ. “He’s always like capping.”

Jake might want to check his facts because Soulja Boy signed with Warner/Chapell Music in January and most likely received a pretty penny for the deal.

Hit us up on social media @trendallday to let us know your thoughts…Are these two entertainers masters at marketing or do you think they will actually step in the ring?!  Let us know if you’re #TeamSouljaBoy or #TeamJakePaul!


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  1. Latinriceconpollo23 says:

    Dios Mio, 😆

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