Jake Paul has added more fuel to the fire in his feud with Dana White as the 5-0 boxer was back to his old antics but this time instead of calling out the UFC President on Twitter or challenging him, he made a diss track.
There was a time when YouTubers used to make songs about their fellow bloggers or channels dissing them and Jake Paul was known for one of his popular diss tracks back in the day “It’s Everyday Bro“.
Now he seems to be back at it again and this time he dropped a song titled ‘Dana White Diss Track‘.
The song starts off like, “Now everybody from the UFC. Put your m**f*ing hands up and follow me” which repeats, and then Paul continues to sing “F* Dana. F** Dana White.”
The lyrics consist basically of everything the feud between ‘The Problem Child’ and the UFC President was about as he mentions the drug tests, fighters’ pay and healthcare.
Paul even goes on to diss Nate Diaz when he says, “All that little Stockton s*** is cool but that lisp got me thinking do you speak a different language” and also caught Conor McGregor in the crossfire saying that he hasn’t seen him win for the past five years and mentioned the little bust-up he had with Machine Gun Kelly at the VMA‘s where he was invited to present an award.
Fans, however, haven’t reacted well even before Paul released the diss track and aren’t going crazy over the song as most are labeling it as “Silly“.
Jake Paul looks to create a fighters’ union against the UFC
Jake Paul continues to poke the bear at every opportunity at hand and by that, we mean targeting Dana White and the UFC for ensuring better pay and healthcare for the fighters.
Recently speaking to ESPN, Paul said, “It’s really about the fighters. I’ve been in the gym, and I’ve seen how hard these guys work and how mistreated they are and how underpaid all of them are. So, it’s really about fighter pay and getting them healthcare, and poking the bear and disrupting his whole entire business.”
Based on information previously made known through an ongoing class-action lawsuit involving the UFC and numerous ex-fighters, the promotion has typically paid out between 16 to 20 percent of total revenue to the athletes, while most other major sports leagues such as the NFL, NBA, and Major League Baseball pay out approximately 50 percent and Paul hopes to do the same at MMA.
“I want to create a fighters’ union. This is my goal to really impact the whole entire sport, both MMA and boxing, and leave an everlasting stamp. I just so happen to not be beholden to anybody. A lot of these UFC fighters they are beholden to Dana White. They can’t speak out against him, so I’m using my platform because I’m one of a very few people who actually can. I’ll say whatever. I’ll speak the truth. I’m doing what my responsibility is as a fighter and as someone who cares about other fighters.”
Now whether Paul is able to make changes with his goals is yet to be seen but he continues to berate Dana White every step of the way so you can expect more headlines from their feud.