Logan Paul erupts after Andrew Tate accused him of using steroids
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Logan Paul is having precisely zero of Andrew Tate's nonsense after the controversial influencer accused the YouTuber of using steroids.
"Andrew Tate says I do steroids. Those aren't allowed in either sport that I do, so boxing and WWE," Paul said.
He then addressed Tate directly.
"So go f**k yourself, go f**k yourself," Paul said.
Paul initially made a call out to Tate to challenge him to a potential fight, but the idea was dropped when Tate faced significant backlash for his misogynistic views and was subsequently booted from nearly all social media platforms.
But, it seems the door has been reopened, with Paul making a new call out to Tate during an appearance on MMA fighter Sean O’Malley’s TimboSugaShow podcast.
Paul did not hold back on the verbal punches during the podcast and rinsed Tate for his controversial views.
“I have never liked Tate. I find him amusing, the same way you find a clown amusing," Paul said.
"Maybe I would take the opportunity to platform him, just for one night. Just for one night, and turn his f**king face inside out, have him wheeled home on a gurney with his brother holding his hand in the ambulance-type s**t."
Paul added: "I don’t like you, I want to f*** you up.
That was what led to Tate's response in which he inferred Paul uses steroids.
He said during the stream with Twitch star Adin Ross: "I want to do every drug test on the planet to prove that I am gifted by God. A rabbit needs drugs to look like a tiger."
Tate added: "When God creates a predator, he just has natural ability, you understand? I’m not Logan. I don’t need f**king juice up. I’m not some d**khead."
Tate is also facing a showdown with the other Paul brother, Jake.
The pair of internet stars appear to be lining up a fight, with recent footage showing them standing up to one another bare-chested in a gym.
Sharing the clip to Twitter, Paul wrote: "Negotiations."
Jake and Tate have had a bit of a back and forth over recent months, with the former branding the latter's fans 'virgins'.
Paul said: "He runs with this whole thing like 'what colour is your Bugatti?'"
He then aimed his next barb at Tate directly: "Andrew, it’s not cool to tell kids that they need a Bugatti to be cool."