Logan Paul has threatened to 'sue the f**k' out of UFC star Paddy Pimblett for spreading 'misinformation' online.
Pimblett was recently featured in a video comparing Prime to Applied Nutrition’s new Body Fuel drink.
In the video, he poured an unmeasured amount of sugar into his hand to hammer home Prime contains two grams of sugar per bottle. Meanwhile, Body Fuel is advertised as having no sugar.
Paul saw that video online and was absolutely furious. He's accused 'The Baddy' of 'taking an L' by spreading misinformation about his business venture.
He said on the latest edition of IMPAULSIVE: "You are now associated with a cheap, copycat beverage brand, it looks almost identical to Prime.
"The formula that they use to make the drink is less calories, less sugar. I think that’s that sticking point, so he made a comparison video – here’s another L – that is identical to the comparison videos that I made.
"And he lied in the video, he poured out sugar at one part to show Prime’s two grams of sugar and he poured a f**k load of it.
"I could technically sue the f**k out of you for that misinformation and that’s a fact. You f***ing lied."
Pimblett's now managed to get the elder Paul brother on his case. Last month, Jake Paul offered Pimblett $1 million for a sparring match.
Following his controversial victory over Jared Gordon at UFC 282 last weekend, Pimblett laid out his official terms for taking a fight with the self-proclaimed 'Problem Child'.
"If you wanna have a fight with me, let's get it on," Pimblett told BT Sport.
"Get your manager to talk to my manager, we'll sort it through the UFC and through everyone you wanna sort it with.
"It won't be on your terms like you do with everyone else. You'll have to do a drug test, and we'll see."
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