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Shocking moment Jake Paul gets into fight with YouTuber in club

Shocking moment Jake Paul gets into fight with YouTuber in club

The boxer got into an altercation with one of the Nelk Boys last week

Shocking footage has emerged of Jake Paul fighting with a YouTuber in a club. See for yourself:

The 25-year-old was on a night out in Miami, Florida, when he became involved in an altercation with one of the Nelk Boys on Friday night (12 August).

In a video that was shared on social media, Aaron Steinburg (or Steiny) can be seen lying on the ground, with Paul standing over him, gripping hold of his wrists.

While the sound isn't that clear, you can just about hear Paul screaming at the podcaster, telling him to 'say sorry', as people shout around him.

While some weren't too sure whether the footage was real or not, Steiny's manager later confirmed that it did indeed happen.

Jake Paul got involved in an altercation with Steiny.

In a text message posted to Twitter, the manager said: "It is Steiny. Happened in Miami three nights ago... sorry, happened on Friday."

UNILAD has reached out to representatives for Jake Paul and Aaron Steinburg for comment.

Paul is a pretty divisive character, with some claiming he's a bit of a joke and not a real fighter, while others think he might be the real deal.

However, it probably won't surprise you to find out that he couldn't care less what people think of him.

"I don’t really worry about what these kids are saying on their mom’s Wi-Fi, typing from their basement," he said. "They’ve never done anything; they’ve never accomplished anything.

"There’s a tonne of haters out there and there always will be, but if you’re doing something awesome then you’re going to have critics."

Jake Paul couldn't care less what people think about him.
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Despite that, though, some criticism does get through, but it has to come from the right people.

He continued: “It takes a lot for me to look at something and say ‘hmm, was that person right?’ It has to come from a very credible person.

"If someone is hating on me and it’s a very credible person, coming from a place of truth and seeking truth – which is one of the most important things that any human can do – then I will analyse that and think ‘hey, maybe they were right’.

"But a lot of this stuff is just hearsay, hoopla, ups and downs, drama, he said/she said, calling names and such. I couldn’t give a s**t about these kids, man."

So, there you have it.

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Topics: US News, Jake Paul, Viral, Twitch, YouTube, Boxing, Sport