A student has been found guilty of stabbing another man following an argument with him via text massages about which one of them is less gay. Paul Akinnuoye, 20, stabbed 19-year-old Jordan Wright in the chest, neck and arms during the fight in south-east London. Akinnuoye, from Tunbridge Wells in Kent, called Wright a “batty boy,” to which he responded: “On your mum’s life I’m straighter than you”. They exchanged insults about each other’s sexuality in the chat group, called “Ice city boyz”. The two then arranged a fight in a chicken shop in Shooters Hill. OPne of them came with empty hands, the other one was armed with a knife. The victim wrote in a different group chat that he wasn’t going to bring a “shank” because it would be a “fist fight ting”. The teenager, who was set to begin a construction apprenticeship the next week, died of his injuries on the same day. The defendant first denied being there but the CCTV caught him. Akinnuoye then said he was present at the fight, but that another man had stabbed Wright. He tried to dispose of his phone and cover his tracks, the prosecutor said.