Jake Paul denies using steroids and shows off 'fat' body in explosive Twitter response to UFC boss Dana White

JAKE PAUL has denied UFC president Dana White's claim that he takes steroids with a Twitter video branding himself a 'fat b***h'.

MMA mogul White accused the YouTuber turned boxer of using the performance-enhancing drugs late last year, a claim he made after Paul said he regularly uses cocaine.

White doubled down on that suggestion on Saturday night after Paul made his list of demands to fight in the UFC, which prompted the former Disney star to make another video addressing the veteran promoter.

He said: "Dana, I accepted every part of your challenge. I said I would fight [Jorge] Masvidal in MMA.

"Steroid test me whenever the f**k you want. It is two weeks after my fight and I'm a fat b***h.

"And I take it as a compliment because there's no other excuse to me knocking out all your champions [than].' This kid does steroids.'

"Look at me. Look at that, a fat b***h.

"If you steroid test me, I want to steroid test every one of your fighters. Ohhh, you don't want to do it though, will you?"

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The Problem Child then accused White of being 'caught' red-handed with 'cocaine and hookers', a claim he first made last Halloween when he dressed up as the Bostonian.

He continued: "You have been caught with cocaine and hookers every other week.

"And you think that like with all the money you have like a billionaire or some st that you would get some f***ing botox.

"Because your forehead looks like a motherf***ing GPS Google map. Like all the lines in it and s**t."

Social media sensation Paul then dismissed the notion of the UFC's big names being superstars by claiming his mum gets more likes on her Instagram posts.

He said: "And you say Masvidal is a pay-per-view superstar. Do you realise that my mom, Pam, gets more likes than your pay-per-view superstars?

"Men lie, women lie, Dana White lies, numbers don't. You're just a jealous ugly f**k. You don't know what true happiness is.

"You're the definition of an unhappy f*****g billionaire who thought that money was going to make their lives better. I feel bad for you.

"Long story short: you addressed nothing that I said. I accepted your challenge, I said I would fight MMA, I said I would retire from boxing.

"And you avoided all of that s**t. You're a dog in a corner trying to fight to save his whole company.

"And the embarrassment that I've put you through, everybody sees it.

"And what you can't accept or love or appreciate is that I'm trying to change the sport forever."

The outspoken and brash Paul then turned his attention to the topic of UFC fighter pay, which he's been vocal about over the last six months.

He told White: "You are one of the most selfish capitalistic motherf**kers that I've ever seen. Everybody else needs you, Dana.

"I'm the only person that doesn't need you and I don't give a f**k about you.

"But all these people, all your fighters, all of them, they can't say s**t cause you'll just bench them.

"You met your maker, I'm not gonna stop. Welcome to the show, ladies and gentlemen.

"The bottom line, Dana, is that you won't add health care for your fighters because you don't give a f**k about them and you're too much of a greedy b***h to pay your minimum fighter more than $12,000 for risking their lives.

"It's what a janitor makes. You need to pay them $50,000, Dana. Stop avoiding my points."

In his latest fiery rant at the youngest Paul brother, White vehemently denied taking cocaine.

He said: "You publicly stated that I use cocaine. I do not. So I told you, you could randomly cocaine test me for the next 10 years.

"I believe that you’re a cheater and I believe that you use steroids, so I want to randomly steroid test you for the next two years."

In his brief professional boxing career Paul, 24, has never tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs or anabolic steroids.


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