The pair’s history is well documented, as they clashed for months prior to their boxing match, which ultimately ended in a draw on August 25, 2018.
While a rematch has been in the pipeline for a while now, KSI has put boxing on the sidelines to focus on his music career and the release of his latest album ‘New Age’.
KSI announced on Twitter that more VIP packages have been added to his London shows, despite normal tickets not selling out, which Paul was quick to mock.
The former college wrestler told the Brit to “finish your shit tour so we can fight” with KSI hitting back by taking aim at Paul’s music ventures.
kid can’t even sell out 50 person venues 🧐 finish your shit tour so we can fight https://t.co/Go9tIwhJ2X— Logan Paul (@LoganPaul) June 8, 2019
R u mad pic.twitter.com/tPVD6IQw14— Logan Paul (@LoganPaul) June 8, 2019
However, the YouTuber was quick to point out that “The Number Song” had amassed significantly more views than some of KSI’s songs – reaching 33m on YouTube since release.
Nevertheless, the Sideman ensured he landed the final blow by accusing his rival of abusing the death of his dog, Kong, for views on the platform.
At least I didn’t use a dog’s death for views...— KSI (@KSIOlajidebt) June 8, 2019
Paul made numerous videos mourning the loss of his dog, which was sadly killed by a coyote at his home, including footage of his new puppy - Broley.
The Twitter feud will only fuel talk of a boxing rematch in the near future, but the pair could be set to face off much sooner in Friday Fortnite with Daniel ‘KEEMSTAR’ Keem confirming they will play in the June 21 tournament.
Neither team have announced any details of the rematch, with KSI actively pursuing a contest against Logan’s brother Jake Paul instead.