The 23-year-old was set to face longtime rival Paul at Madison Square Garden on August 6, but had to pull out after being denied entry to the United States.
Tommy's father, John, insinuated his son was not fully prepared for the fight a month out and said 'the whole thing wasn't right' looking in from the outside.
It has seen Fury take to Twitter and unleash a huge rant, calling out the 'bulls**t' that has circulated online.
"Recently on social media, I've seen more s**t on me than ever," Fury said. "I just want to get one thing straight.
"The reason this fight didn't take place was because I couldn't get in the country. Not because I wasn't training or wasn't fit.
"I was ready and raring to go. I was at the airport Monday morning with my whole team, ready to fly out and ready to get the show on the road.
"I could not get in the country and that's why this fight didn't happen.
"All this bulls**t about me not being ready, not training, forget about it. If it's not come from me don't believe it, it's not the truth."
Paul has since selected Hasim Rahman Jr. as his new opponent as he looks to keep his undefeated streak alive.
It is the second time a fight between Paul and Fury has been called off, with the first in December postponed after Fury suffered an injury in training.
Paul believes Fury has been attempting to 'weasel' out of the contest all this time and even offered to relocate it to the United Kingdom.
'The Problem Child' offered to pay Fury $500,000 to move their fight and it saw the former Love Island star reply: "I wouldn’t get out of bed to fight you for $500k. Let me know when you’re ready to have a serious conversation."
After hearing about Fury's reported lack of training, Paul said on he should 'sue' his foe after being 'exposed' by his own father.
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