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Ryan Garcia apologizes to Logan Paul amid pending lawsuit: ‘This sh*t’s breaking my heart’

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Ryan Garcia has apologized to Logan Paul.

Garcia made some not-so-subtle claims about Paul’s beverage company PRIME, which led to the WWE star teasing a defamation lawsuit on Twitter.

In a recent interview, with Ana Paula Saenz, Garcia took a moment to apologize to Paul for the harsh words, and even took a swig of PRIME — while putting it over.

“I just want to say I’m sorry,” Garcia said. “I just feel bad for the fight we’re going through because I’ve known the family for years, bro. This sh*t’s breaking my heart. I don’t want to fight with you no more, bro. I don’t got a problem with PRIME, I had a problem with you.

“I’ll drink this sh*t right now. That’s just bomb as f*ck. I love you, bro. I’m done with this fighting sh*t.”

According to documents, the lawsuit is still active and has not been dropped as of now.

Garcia has been embedded in controversy for a couple of months since upsetting Devin Haney in April. “King” tested positive for banned substances following the bout, and after his b-sample was tested, it also reportedly came back positive.

Garcia, and his legal team — who stated that Garcia was “a victim of supplement contamination” — continue to deny any wrongdoing. As of now, no word on whether or not Garcia will be punished for the positive tests, or if Paul will continue the legal battle with the star boxer.

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