Jake Paul offers to donate £7.3m to end world hunger if Tesla tycoon Elon Musk gives £4.3BILLION to charitable cause
JAKE PAUL challenged Elon Musk to donate £4.3billion to the UN in order to end world hunger.
And had the Tesla tycoon comes through, the Problem Child pledged to pay £7.3m himself.
The conditions were only if Paul could muster 690,000 retweets on a a single tweet.
Musk, 50, is valued by Forbes at £230.8bn.
His rocket company SpaceX is valued at around £54bn alone.
Paul, 25, is reported to have a net worth of around £14.6m.
He tweeted last November: "Yo @elonmusk if you donate $6 billion to the UN to end world hunger.
"I’ll also donate $10 million if this gets 690k retweets."
As of May 17, the post had garnered 13.9k retweets and had been liked 27.4k times.
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Paul rose to prominence initially through Vine, before his YouTube channel took off.
He has gained further notoriety with his boxing exploits over the last two years.
The internet personality defeated AnEsonGib in January 2020, before knocking out former NBA star Nate Robinson the following November.
Ben Askren followed in April, as Paul then grabbed the biggest victory of his career against Tyron Woodley in August.
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