Jake Paul Releases Diss Track About UFC President, Dana White

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The Jake Paul Dana White Diss Track has landed.

Paul uploaded the song via his YouTube channel and in the first 24 hours, the video racked up 1+million views. The music video features a cameo from Bellator champion and former UFC champion Cris Cyborg, who interacts with an obvious White stand-in, in a dramatization of a fighter signing a contract at “UCF Headquarters” under pressure from a bald executive. The executive tells her it’s a three-fight deal for $12,000 a fight, then celebrates with other execs in the room after she leaves because they’ve locked her up for life before Paul launches into his rap.

The heart of the dispute between Paul and White has been UFC fighter pay and healthcare. Jake Paul has racked up a perfect 5-0 record as a professional boxer with two of those wins coming by knockout over, former UFC Champion, Tyrone Woodley, and former Gold Olympic Wrestler, Ben Askren. Paul has used his boxing platform to not just call out and bait UFC athletes into fighting him but for much more important issues like establishing a fighters union, for one. Paul even recently heavily invested in UFC’s parent group, Endeavor, with the intention of affecting better fighter pay and healthcare benefits.

At the end of the day, we know Jake Paul’s diss track isn’t going to win a Grammy or come anywhere close to it but it is worth mentioning that he is donating all proceeds that he earns from YouTube ad revenue to underpaid fighters in the UFC. Paul has pivoted from putting the majority of his energy into trolling and calling out fighters into trolling Dana White for not treating them fairly, according to Paul’s views.

The diss track ends with Paul rapping this final verse, “At the end of Dana, pay your fighters more. Give them healthcare, you scumbag. I haven’t met a single person who says anything good about you. I passed my drug test and you went silent. I’m keeping my foot on your neck until you tap, b*tch. Stop raising your pay-per-view prices on the fans and not paying fighters more. Greedy, old, lonely, bald, b*tch.”

Dana White has not responded so far.

Check out the diss track below. What do you think about Jake Paul’s rap and boxing skills?