Jake Paul reacts to Liverpool result on Twitter and proves he’s not a true Red

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Jake Paul clearly considers himself a Liverpool fan.

The American social media personality turned boxer has been photographed rocking a full Reds kit on multiple occasions over the past few weeks.

And when he joined Real Madrid in Paris for the Champions League final from Liverpool tonight, his affection for the club was perhaps a little more believable than it initially seemed.

But then he started tweeting.

Originally, Paul expressed his support for the thousands of Liverpool fans who were initially denied entry to the Stade de France in ugly pre-match scenes where fans with tickets were tear-gassed by French police.

Here’s how the 25-year-old social media star reacted on Twitter:

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And when kick-off finally happened, albeit more than half an hour later than planned, Paul continued to show his support for Jurgen Klopp’s side on social media with his post about Karim Benzema’s unrecognized goal at half-time.

But then Paul seemed quite apathetic to Vinicius Junior’s opening goal against Liverpool – the goal that ended up costing Klopp’s side their seventh Champions League title in a 1-0 defeat.

At full-time, he admitted he hated the result but nonetheless sang the praises of the Real Madrid players.

Paul, who is valued at $30 million, is slowly but surely being absorbed into the boxing community after a string of victories against legitimate opponents in the martial arts world – including Tyron Woodley, a win that netted him $2 million , reported by MMA junkie.

Considering Eddie Hearn is now an acquaintance, you could say he is definitely much more accepted in this world than when he first began forays into it.

Being accepted by Liverpool supporters is however a lot of harder and, based on the lighthearted nature of his tweets and calling out his “brother” Vinicius, he’ll likely never be considered one of them by any of them.

Despite owning a jersey and attending tonight’s game, Jake Paul is unlikely to be a true Liverpool fan.

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In other news, West Ham United are ready to pay £49,000-a-week to Arsenal’s £21m target

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