Jake Paul slams Instagram for removing topless picture of girlfriend Julia Rose

Jake Paul has challenged Instagram to remove one of his posts after recreating a topless photo of girlfriend Julia Rose which was taken down by the platform.

The YouTuber turned professional boxer has taken time out of his feud with Dana White to call out the social media site in defence of Julia, who he has been dating since July.

The 24-year-old former Disney actor is currently on holiday following his brutal knock-out victory over Tyron Woodley after Tommy Fury was forced to withdraw from their scheduled bout.

Having gone back and forth with UFC boss White while trying to secure a fight with Jorge Masvidal, Jake has turned his attention to Instagram for their removal of Julia's upload.

The original photo, which can still be seen on Twitter, shows Jake's hand covering up a topless Julia, who is wearing his diamond neckless which reads 'PRBLM CHILD' which is his boxing nickname.

After it was removed from Instagram, Paul posted a snap of him and his partner having swapped roles, alongside the caption: "Let's see if they remove this, literally the same thing."

The latest feud come after Jake described White as "embarrassing" following an Instagram upload.

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The UFC President said: "You never responded to the challenge. You publicly stated that I use cocaine.

“I do not. So I told you, you could randomly cocaine test me for the next 10 years."

With Jake responding: “Steroid test me whenever the f*** you want. It’s two weeks after my fight and I’m a fat b****.

“I don’t do steroids and I take it as a compliment because there is no other excuse to me knocking out all of your champions than ‘this kid does steroids'.

Joking about his body he then added: "Look at me, look at that. I’m a fat b****."

Jake is yet to decide on his next opponent despite likes to Masvidal, having hinted at future bouts with Conor McGregor, Mike Tyson and even his brother Logan.

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