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The 28-year-old YouTuber, real name Olajide Olatunji, clashed with Logan in an amateur fight in 2018 before their blockbuster professional boxing match in 2019.
KSI walked away with the ultimate bragging rights in the rematch, with the YouTube star securing a split-decision win after the six-round fight in Los Angeles.
The YouTuber-turned-rapper initially teased in December 2021 what appeared to be a long-awaited announcement for his trilogy fight with Logan.
However, KSI and Logan dropped a bombshell on fans by claiming that they are “no longer rivals” and have teamed up for their own sports drink brand, Prime Hydration.
KSI, who hasn’t fought since his victory over Logan, has engaged in a heated war of words with his business partner and former rival’s younger brother.
The British rap star didn’t hold back his feelings towards Jake when his fellow YouTube star was brought up as a subject.
“I still f*****g hate [Jake] him, I’m sorry, Logan,” KSI said on Paul’s Impaulsive podcast.
“I think he’s a c**t. Obviously he’s smashed it, he’s killed it, with what he’s done -- fair f*****g play, it’s pretty good.
“The way he knocked out Tyron Woodley, stupid. People are saying it’s fake, it’s not fake, he cleaned him out and it was a great shot.
“But for me, I can’t in my heart be like, ‘Ah, I like him now.’ I can’t.”
Jake, 24, turned to professional boxing in 2020 after a stoppage win over KSI’s younger brother, Deji Olatunji, in 2018.
The American YouTube star holds an undefeated 5-0 record in his fledgling career and has beaten the likes of AnEsonGib, Nate Robinson, Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley.
Jake’s last outing came against Woodley in December 2021, with the Problem Child sealing a sensational sixth-round KO win over his former rival in Tampa, Florida.
KSI claimed he might feel differently towards Jake when he ‘beats him’ in a fight, with the ‘Really Love’ hitmaker insisting that “styles make fights.”
“Maybe when I beat him. But I know everyone’s always going, ‘Shut the f**k up, KSI, you haven’t been in the ring for so long, you’re not gonna be able to beat Jake Paul,’” he added.
“But then I go, ‘Styles make fights.’ If you find a certain person Jake is just horrible against and he’s had less experience than Jake, he’s still gonna beat Jake because he knows what works against Jake. It’s a different style.”