Record producer Aaron Carter is known for his Internet quarrel. He does the argument with other celebrities or comments back rudely to fans. However, he did not involve in any Internet feud for a long time. Nevertheless, his silence breaks after YouTuber Jake Paul made comments on the rapper’s upcoming celebrity boxing event against former basketball player Lamar Odom. Aaron Carter vs. Lamar Odom fight will take place on June 12, 2021, in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Jake Paul on I AM ATHLETE
I AM ATHLETE YouTube channel invited Jake Paul on February 8, 2021, to talk about his growing up as a YouTuber and his transition into boxing. However, on future celebrity boxing fight topics, Paul referred to the next fight between Carter and Odom. “F**k that. That’s weak s**t. That’s f**king up boxing,” he said. “[Odom is] fighting this little f**ker, let’s not even talk about that. I take it serious. I take it serious.”
“I’m dedicated, I’m in Big Bear California, I’m in Las Vegas, sparring professionals, two-a-day, for the past three years.”
“Yes, I’m a celebrity who boxes but like celebrity boxing isn’t really a thing, it’s just me and my brother doing it.”
This part of the video grabs Carter’s attention, and in response to that, he shared a clip on Instagram alongside a message on February 14. Aaron Carter wrote, “First of all little homey you have no idea what I’m doing [with] my trainer no idea how long I’ve been studying martial arts so make sure you check yourself before you wreck yourself.” He continued, “I’m a street fighter homie. How many times has your nose been broken? I’ve been jumped multiple times by drug dealers.”
Aaron Carter responds rudely
Later, a fan asked, “why have you been jumped multiple times by drug dealers?” Carter explained, “Tryna rob me coming in with stacks.” He also added, “I have a concealed weapons permit in L.A. county and I don’t need to answer none of y’alls unsolicited nonsense”
Jake Paul’s comment on Carter Odom fight and Carter’s reply on that sounds like their verbal sparring might get more fuel than the upcoming boxing match.