Jake Paul trolls Floyd Mayweather about stolen hat again with new song after hiring security following death threats

JAKE PAUL has once again mocked Floyd Mayweather for allowing him to steal his hat – turning his newfound catchphrase into a song.

The YouTuber knicked Mayweather's cap shortly after the boxing legend faced off with his elder brother Logan.

A mass brawl ensued and saw a fired-up Mayweather attack the younger Paul brother, who was left with a black eye.

Paul, 24, immediately made light of the ruckus by tweeting 'gotcha hat' moments after the incident.

And the former Disney star has continued to use the phrase as a reminder to Mayweather that he's still in possession of his cap.

He tweeted: "Sing the melody in your head.

"It’s everyday bro. It’s everyday bro.

"I gotcha hat, bro. I gotcha hat, bro

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"I gotcha hat, bro I gotcha hat, bro."

Paul's antics at the pre-fight press conference enraged Mayweather, who said: "When I catch you, motherf****r, I'll kill you motherf****r! You crazy?!

"I don't know who the f**k he thinks he's playing with, but I don't play no motherf***ing games!"

Paul initially made light of Mayweather's threat, tweeting: "Word on the street already is that Floyd is sending goons after me to try and kill me or hurt me
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"If I die……. I died for the hat."

But he and brother Logan are taking the threat very seriously, so much so they've hired round-the-clock security.

When asked if he and his sibling have beefed up their security, Logan told TMZ: "Yeah [we're taking precautions]. Everywhere at all times.

"Dawg, when you have a guy with the resources and the wealth that Floyd Mayweather has and the connection and the network and he's saying, 'I'mma kill that motherf***er.'

"Kill?! Death?! You're gonna kill my brother over a f***ing hat?!

"Yo, we take that s**t seriously man!"

Mayweather will get the opportunity to take out his frustrations on Logan on June 6 when they meet for an exhibition bout at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.

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