Logan Paul Seen Slapping a Guy Who Calls Him 'P***y'
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The YouTube personality is filmed attacking a random guy at a Los Angeles area nightclub after he's asked about a potential fight with the former heavyweight champion.

AceShowbiz - Logan Paul never hesitates to literally hit back if someone calls him a nasty name. The YouTube personality was filmed attacking a random guy at a Los Angeles area nightclub on Wednesday night, October 27.

In the clip that circulated online, Logan and his crew were outside the Nightingale Plaza club as they were being surrounded by paparazzi. At some point, he was asked about a potential fight with Mike Tyson. When he refused to answer, someone among the crowd was then heard yelling, "Are you a p***y or what?"

The individual, who wore a "Hot Model Sex"-emblazoned hat, was boo-ed by others. The boo-ing, however, wasn't seem enough for Logan, who could be seen following him away from the group. Logan immediately approached the man and slapped him, resulting to the man's hat being flung to the ground.

A security guard quickly got a hold of the heckler. Meanwhile, Logan's friend and "Impaulsive" podcast co-host Mike Majlak was trying to stop things from escalating, though he could also be seen pushing the individual.

Mike tried to get Logan to go inside the club, but he stayed outside while waiting for a valet member to hand him his Polaroid camera. As for the man, he was escorted out of the club parking lot by security.

Logan has yet to comment on the slapping incident.

Logan previously taunted Mike Tyson after he lasted eight rounds with Floyd Mayweather, Jr.. The YouTuber believed that he could take the 55-year-old before trolling him for his age.

As for the former heavyweight champ, he responded, "Hell yeah," when asked if he'd be up for a celebrity bout with either Logan or his brother Jake Paul. "That would be a lot of money," he said on his "Hotboxin' " podcast.

"Well, that's the money fight," Mike said of the Paul brothers' celebrity bouts. "Those are the fights that make the money. Those guys have 75 million people watching them. $100 million bucks? They'll do anything."

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