The mystery surrounding Jake Paul’s missing £200,000 tattoo during his fight with Tommy Fury has been the talk of the town. The tattoo was part of a bet between Paul and BBC DJ Charlie Sloth, and it has been missing since the fight.
The bet between Paul and Sloth was made in the lead up to the fight. Paul agreed to get a tattoo of Sloth’s face on his arm if he lost the fight. Sloth agreed to pay Paul £200,000 if he won.
Paul won the fight, but the tattoo was nowhere to be seen. Fans were quick to speculate that Paul had reneged on the bet and had not gotten the tattoo.
The mystery deepened when Paul posted a photo of himself on Instagram with a bandage on his arm. He captioned the photo with the words “Mystery solved”, but he did not explain what the mystery was.
The mystery was finally solved when Paul revealed that he had gotten the tattoo, but had it removed shortly after the fight. He said that he had the tattoo removed because he did not want to be associated with Sloth.
Paul also revealed that he had paid for the tattoo himself, and that Sloth had not paid him the £200,000. He said that he had not wanted to take the money from Sloth, as he did not want to be associated with him.
The mystery surrounding Jake Paul’s missing £200,000 tattoo has been solved, but it has left many people wondering why Paul would go through all the trouble of getting a tattoo and then having it removed.
Only Paul knows the answer to that question, but it is clear that he did not want to be associated with Sloth. Whether or not he made the right decision is up for debate, but it is clear that Paul was not willing to take the money from Sloth.