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Logan Paul responds to steroid accusations from Andrew Tate

Max Sherry

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Logan Paul responds to steroid accusations from Andrew Tate

Logan Paul has a message for Andrew Tate, telling him to 'go f**k himself'.

It comes after controversial TikTok star Tate accused Paul of using steroids.

Both men have made headlines this year for their own reasons.


For Paul, he has received praise for transitioning from boxing into wrestling, taking the WWE world by storm and recently fighting for a championship.

Outside of sport, he even launched his own successful energy drink company.

On the other hand, Tate was 'cancelled' and de-platformed by a bunch of major social media channels following his misogynistic commentary online.


In recent months, Paul and Tate have been trading barbs as rumours continue to swirl as to whether they'll step into a ring and settle their differences.

But their feud took another turn when Tate accused the YouTuber of steroid use.

During a Twitch stream with Adin Ross, Tate said: “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. 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. His time is coming.”

These allegations clearly didn't sit well with Paul himself, who wasted no time in firing right back.


"Andrew Tate says I do steroids," he said on an episode of his IMPAULSIVE podcast.

"Those aren't allowed in either sport that I do, so boxing and WWE. So go f**k yourself, go f**k yourself."


Unfortunately for Paul, he may have to wait a while to get his hands on former world champion kickboxer Tate.


During his recent WWE Universal Championship match with Roman Reigns, Paul reportedly suffered a torn ACL and MCL, meaning he'll be sidelined for quite some time.

That doesn't mean another member of the Paul family cant fight him, though, with Logan's brother Jake looking likely to step in.

The pair went face-to-face inside a Dubai gym last week, sparking whispers that a grudge match could happen in the near future.

Tate and Jake were then present for Floyd Mayweather's recent bout and were seen facing off right next to the ring.


“I don’t think he gets in the ring with one of us,” Jake recently said on the IMPAULSIVE podcast.

“It’s too big of a risk for him. He’s 'alpha male,' right? That’s his whole entire thing.

“And when he loses - he will lose to either one of us he fights - his whole schtick and all the women will be like, 'Yeah!' and his whole schtick goes out the window.”

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@loganpaul/@cobratate

Topics: Logan Paul, Boxing, MMA, WWE, Wrestling

Max Sherry
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