UPDATED 5/7, 10:35 a.m. ET: Jake’s brother Logan Paul spoke to TMZ Sports about the Mayweather altercation and said it was “not funny.” He also said that the incidnet wasn’t staged.

“That shit just got personal by default,” Logan added. “It was supposed to be like a cute little press conference ...come together, get people excited for the fight. Not people talking about killing people! What the fuck!?”

In an Instagram Stories post, Logan can be seen telling Jake he’s been banned from attending the fight on June 6.

Meanwhile, Jake Paul can’t stop talking about what went down with Mayweather on social media. Not only is he now selling hats with text that reads “gotcha hat,” he also seemingly got a tattoo of the phrase.

Mayweather also chimed in about the scuffle with Barstool Sports.

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YouTuber-turned-boxer, Jake Paul, was involved in a physical altercation with Floyd Mayweather on Thursday.

As seen in footage of the incident, Paul and Mayweather came face-to-face during the media day gathering for Mayweather’s upcoming fight against Jake’s brother, Logan Paul

Paul was seemingly making his bid to follow his brother and be Mayweather’s next fight before deciding to real-life troll the boxer by snatching his hat. As you might expect, this didn’t go over well with Floyd. The boxer and his bodyguards quickly corraled Jake Paul and retrieved his hat. Following the scuffle, Jake Paul seemed pleased with himself and posted video of the altercation on his Instagram.

What happens during the scuffle is unclear because of all the bodies involved, but the video below shows a heated Mayweather in the bowels of the stadium yelling, “I’ll kill you motherf*cker.”

Jake continued to troll Floyd after the incident, tweeting, “I stole his hat because he steals peoples money with boring fights.” he added, “1 of Floyd’s 30 bodyguards got a clean shot on me in the eye,” and shared a short clip of the result.

Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul are set to square off at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday, June 6. Fans can watch the fight live on Showtime pay-per-view.