Boxing fans have called Jake Paul the ‘world’s biggest s**thouse’ after sending a message to opponent Tommy Fury and his partner Molly-Mae Hague.
Paul and Fury were first set to square off in December 2021, but Fury pulled out of the contest after suffering a rib injury in training just weeks before the fight.
It was then rearranged for August 22. Fury later confirmed he would be unable to enter the United States, cancelling the contest for a second time.
‘The Problem Child’ then sent a message to Fury, which contained a piece of information everyone on social media picked up on.
He said: “Tommy has no excuses now…Baby’s born. Money’s massive. Immigration no issue. Tyson promises he & Papa will make Tommy retire from boxing & change his last name if he can’t beat the YouTuber.
“Tmw [sic] I’m coming to London to look at all 3 Fury’s in the eye & shake on that promise.”
Paul appears to have confirmed Hague, who Fury met on reality TV series Love Island back in 2019, has given birth to the couple’s first child.
Paul’s tweet on Friday. (Image Credit: Jake Paul/Twitter)Fury and Hague are yet to officially confirm the news themselves, although Hague said she was ‘four weeks away’ in an Instagram post on December 24.
It hasn’t stopped Twitter going into meltdown, however.
One person said: “Regardless of if you like Molly Mae, having your babies birth announced to the world against your wishes is soooo f**ked up. This man is frightful as always.”
Another put: “Never thought I’d see the day when Molly Mae’s baby birth would be announced by Jake Paul fml!”
Someone commented: “This is either very unfortunate or the ultimate s**thouse move.”
While a fourth tweeted: “The biggest s**thousery I’ve seen all year.”
Paul has once again broken Twitter. (Image Credit: Alamy)Paul was last in action back in October, when he beat UFC legend Anderson Silva via unanimous decision to take his professional record to 6-0.
Fury, meanwhile, competed on the undercard of older brother Tyson’s successful WBC heavyweight title defence against Dillian Whyte in April.
He defeated Daniel Bocianski to remain unbeaten in his eight-fight career.