- Michael Bisping wittily called out Elon Musk in his response to Jake Paul’s alleged “hate speech” on him
- “The Count” wants the YouTuber to walk the talk when they cross paths
Jake Paul may have not found his next opponent yet but he certainly is trading shots with former UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping verbally. The YouTuber-turned-pro boxer took another massive swipe at “The Count” in a recent interview. As expected, Bisping clapped back but this time, he jokingly involved billionaire Elon Musk, who had just purchased social media platform giant, Twitter for $44 billion.
Elon, do your thing, please
In a recent episode of his podcast, Believe You Me, Bisping let Paul have it after “The Problem Child” recently threw shade at him once again and called him p***y.
According to Bisping, Paul’s remarks could be labeled as “hate speech” and Twitter’s new boss, Musk, should probably go and ban him on his platform.
“I’m not getting into this but I’ve literally just seen that,” Bisping said of Paul’s rant. “It sounds like hate speech, it does. [Elon] Musk! Ban him! Get rid of him, shadow ban Jake Paul, the f*****g prick!”
“Keep that same energy”
On Twitter, Bisping also made a quick response to Paul. Though the Brit has injected a couple of laughing emojis on his tweet, the part that says “keep that same energy if we meet in person” comes across as something serious.
“If I’m about that life. @jakepaul I been about that life for 20 years you fool,” Bispind wrote. “You realize how stupid you sound calling me out?please keep that same energy if we meet in Person 🙂 Ps- loved when @EddieHearn said to your face you’ll never be world class. That had too hurt.”
😂 if I’m about that life. @jakepaul I been about that life for 20 years you fool. You realize how stupid you sound calling me out?please keep that same energy if we meet in Person 🙂 Ps- loved when @EddieHearn said to your face you’ll never be world class. That had too hurt 😂 pic.twitter.com/CyT0rPk37g
— michael (@bisping) April 29, 2022
Bisping hasn’t competed professionally since 2017. However, some in UFC, particularly Sean O’Malley, thinks a scrap between Paul and the 43-year-old will be “a sick fight.”