Jake Paul Announces Shock UFC Diss Track: “F**K Dana White”
YouTube sensation Jake Paul has revealed that his next diss track will focus on UFC boss Dana White taking their online fighter pay dispute to a whole new level. Younger brother Paul has lobbied hard - and very publicly - for the president of the Ultimate Fighting Championship over fighter salaries over the past few months. Dana White asserts and discredits Jake Paul's accomplishments as a professional boxer, while Jake Paul takes refuge in calling the UFC boss to find out his fighter pay figures, claiming that he is not paying UFC fighters enough.
YouTube star Jake Paul has revealed he plans to release a diss track on Friday dedicated to UFC President Dana White. Tomorrow Jake Paul will release a diss track about UFC President Dana White in her latest attempt to get under the skin of top MMA. Paul hired White to deal with fighters' salary issues at his promotion and confirmed yesterday that he had bought shares in their parent company, Endeavor.
He's happy to admit that Paul has showbiz flair, but doesn't think he's the right fit for the UFC. Paul wants to prove his worth as a fighter by competing in UFC tournaments, an offer that White has ridiculed on several occasions.
Jake and Logan Paul's most viewed videos on YouTube are diss tracks, and their iconic little brother It is Everyday Bro goes platinum in the US with over 350 million plays. Troubled kid challenged Jorge Masvidal to a UFC match if White gives the green light to Paul's concessions. It's clear that Paul doesn't want to digress, and his 20.4 million YouTube subscribers will make sure the diss track gets a lot of attention on Friday. Given White's reluctance to even think of Paul as a serious fighter, it's unlikely that he will take up the challenge.
For those wondering why he went so far, Paul confirmed the song's mission on ESPN. The key question is whether his continued efforts will gain significant support in the UFC fighting community. The 5-0 (4 KO) YouTuber-turned-boxer is in a feud with the UFC president and won't give up anytime soon. It was also a moral victory for White, as Paul pledged to retire from boxing.
However, White may have a change of heart after the undefeated boxer claimed to have written a specific track for him. It's time for everyone to say "Fuck Dana White" and support the men and women who risk their bodies to get fat and rich. For those wondering why he went so far, Paul confirmed the song's mission on ESPN. However, it seems like it's only a matter of time before someone starts typing out loud on the keyboard.