Ahead of his boxing match scheduled for October 14th on the undercard of KSI vs. Tommy Fury, well-known internet foe, Dillon Danis is goading his opponent, Logan Paul in a constant attack on social media.
Danis, a teammate of Conor McGregor’s and grappling phenom has decided to launch a constant, unrelenting attack on Paul’s wife-to-be, Nina Agdal. Agdal, a Danish-born model has plenty of pictures online of her with other men and Danis is using this to bolster his barrage towards Paul, posting multiple pictures daily of Paul’s fiance in an attempt to get under his skin.
We told you last week that Danis could be facing legal action for his social media antics, however, that doesn’t seem to have deterred him one bit.
Involvements of Social Media Celebrities
The attack on Adgal hasn’t gone unnoticed by those who operate in the social media sphere. Well-known Twitch streamer and OnlyFans model, Corrina Kopf took a swipe at Danis on Twitter stating:
i can’t be the only one who thinks dillon danis is corny as fuck for harassing the fuck out of a woman for absolutely no reason. talk shit to the person you’re fighting, not his fiancé.
also someone tell him to stop sending and unsending messages to me and my friends, you look…
— pouty girl (@CorinnaKopf) August 21, 2023
Earlier this week, Danis claimed to have a photo that would not only ‘end the fight‘ but also ‘end his engagement, and I might even find myself in jail’. Many didn’t believe Danis, arguably due to his history of elaborating the truth, however, none other than Andrew Tate piped up and got involved in the matter.
I was trying very hard to not get involved in this.
And Im still staying out of it.
But I opened my twitter inbox had a message from Dillon and hes really not lying. https://t.co/Qyn9OwMlsT
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) August 20, 2023
The press conference for the event is scheduled for later today, 4PM local time in London, England. What we can expect is pure chaos. KSI, Tommy Fury, Logan Paul and of course, Dillon Danis will all be in attendance, all taking shots at each other and looking to hype up an already highly anticipated card.