Jake Paul leaves fans puzzled by posting photoshopped nude of himself

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Jake Paul has left fans confused online posting a photoshopped picture of himself nude on the toilet, with some supporters believing the image is real. The 25-year-old Youtube star has an unbeaten boxing record with five wins and four of them coming by way of knockout and takes on Anderson Silva in nine days time.

Paul faces former UFC champion Silva on October 29 with the fight being contested at 187 pounds over three rounds. The social media star who has previously been known for his controversial content and flamboyant personality, posted a photoshopped picture of himself on the toilet claiming he needed to lose weight in order to make the fight.

He said: “Nine days until I make history at #PaulSilva but first I’m getting this extra weight off on the toilet.” He posted the comment while also promoting winning money on a betting platform.

His picture left fans confused over its authenticity, one follower believed it was real, posting on Twitter: “People don’t realize that most bodybuilders/people with six packs have stomachs that can look like a balloon. He’s pushing it all out. If he sucks it in, I bet he looks fit,”

Other people thought that the picture had been photoshopped, one fan replied: “There is no way this isn’t photoshopped. I refuse to believe a multimillionaire young adult boxer can let himself be in this bad of a shape.

A lot of fans were not impressed by the nature of the image and urged Paul to remove it from his profile. Another person replied: “There are some things in life you don’t need to share and keep it to yourself, so please keep this to yourself.”


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Paul first took to the ring in an amateur boxing contest against Deji in 2018 causing the fight to be stopped in the fifth of six rounds. Turning professional almost two years ago Paul has thrived in the sport beating fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib, NBA player Nate Robinson, MMA fighter Ben Askren, and former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley twice.

Former UFC middleweight champion Silva is set to be Paul’s toughest test and biggest payday to date. “Hopefully it does well. I think it will, the numbers are all showing that,” said Paul. “So yeah, this could definitely be my highest payday.”

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