“You Went to a Place to Find a Dead Body”: JiDion Opens Old Wounds in Retaliation to Logan Paul’s “Evil” Remarks Over Ugly Beef With Dillon Danis

Published 09/01/2023, 12:32 PM EDT

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Many fans must be thinking in unison. If the buildup looks so fired up, will the match between the two belligerents be at odds with it? The Dillon DanisLogan Paul beef seems to have overtaken the hype around the more poignant KSITommy Fury bout. What’s more, the plot introduces new characters now and then to egg the stew on. It saw the entry of YouTuber JiDion during last week’s riotous press conference. Taking umbrage at Paul’s recent comments on a podcast, the Houston, Texas-born comedy content creator launched a comeback.

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So, as a guest on the ‘Flagrant’ podcast, Logan Paul spoke about how the differences with JiDion brewed. He took Andrew Schulz and the rest of the team through the details. Soon, he reached the point where he mentioned JiDion latching on to Dillon Danis, firing one personal salvo after the other at ‘The Maverick.’ The Texan’s action caused much hurt to Paul. He shared how he helped him at one point, besides inviting him to his podcast, ‘Impaulsive.’

War of words before the battle in the ring: Logan Paul vs. JiDion

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Logan Paul said, “…We’re friends… I even gave you advice on some stuff in your career because of these two things that I thought [were] very reasonable. Why are you completely flipping to someone who is an evil human, especially as a person who is as supposedly good virtued as JiDion is…why choose Dylan f****ng Danis, an actual evil human, why?”

Expecting JiDion to leave the matter without returning the favor would be difficult. So, calling him out for shouting, the Texas native described Logan Paul as ‘Mr. Forest Man.’ He mentioned Dillon Danis could have been ‘evil’ to Paul. However, the case may not hold for him,”…nobody in this world is losing sleep over Dillon Danis except for you. He f***ed up your world. He didn’t f**k  up my world.

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According to JiDion, shaming another person’s wife or girlfriend might not qualify as evil. It’s a relatively cheap, slanderous attack. However, what Logan Paul did in 2017, when he and his team videoed a dead body, does count as evil. JiDion said, “…realistically speaking, a guy that’s just putting pictures up of your old fiancé that [is] already on the internet, that’s, you know that’s just sh*t talking. you you you went to a place to find a dead body. You were you [literally] the place is called suicide forest. It wasn’t like the place was called a forest with rainbows and sunshine. The sh*t is called suicide forest. You went there with a camera…

Fans could expect an addition of another round to the new angle.

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An unbecoming act

Many refer to Aokigahara, a place near Mount Fuji in Japan, as a ‘suicide forest.’ So, as it happened, on December 31, 2017, Logan Paul and his team filmed the body of a man who had recently committed suicide by hanging himself. More than six million people saw the video when it appeared on YouTube. But it soon amassed widespread disapproval from public figures and celebrities for how Paul and company showed the censored corpse and their responses. Logan Paul reportedly apologized for his actions.

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Given the hype it’s catching, do you think the actual fight between Logan Paul and Dillon Danis would be as exciting? Please share your thoughts and views with us in the comments below.

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Jaideep Unnithan is a Boxing writer at EssentiallySports. With over 400 articles authored at ES, Jaideep has built a reputation for diving deep into stories and producing detailed reports. Jaideep's passion for the sport of boxing was ignited when his father shared his experience of watching Ali vs Frazier live in the US.
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