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Footage has emerged of Jake Paul getting into altercation with a YouTuber in a Miami club.
Paul, having had his scheduled bout with Hasim Rahman Jr at Madison Square Garden postponed this month, was out on the town on Friday night.
And a video doing the rounds on social media shows him getting physical with Aaron Steinberg - more commonly known as 'Steiny'
Steinberg is a member of the NELK Boys, a collective of content creators who launched the successful Full Send brand and have a total of 1.22 billion views on their channel.
The video shows Steinberg lay on the floor, with Paul, wearing a blue hat, stood over him and gripping his wrists.
The noise means it's difficult to make out a lot of what is been, but Paul appears to shout "say you're sorry" at Steinberg, who has 200,000 followers.
'KEEMSTAR' posted the video on Twitter on Sunday but was initially unsure about the legitimacy given Paul and the NELK crew were said to be in different places.
However, he then received a text confirming that the fracas did take place on Friday night and shared that. The message read: "It is Steiny. Happened in Miami three nights ago... sorry, happened on Friday."
Paul continues to beef with rival KSI, who recently challenged the 5-0 fighter to a big-money bout at Wembley Stadium.
Paul accepted but also ripped into KSI's decision to take on rapper Swarmz, who replaced Alex Wassabi for the fight at the O2 Arena on August 27.
On the 'IMPAULSIVE' podcast, hosted by his brother Logan, a business partner of KSI's, Paul laid into the Sidemen member and said he would knock him out inside two rounds if they fought.
Paul said: "Everyone thinks he's like this tough kid and when he steps into the ring with me I'm going to expose him for the f*****g b**** he is. I knock him out in two rounds easy."