The AC Milan player's account of the incident that led to his sacking sharply contradicts what Kwesi Appiah said under oath during the sitting of the 2014 World Cup Commission.
The controversial midfielder was sacked from Ghana's camp in disgrace at the global tournament after clashing with the coach several times in Black Stars training.
Boateng and Sulley Muntari were sacked for various acts of indiscipline with the Ghana FA revealing that the AC Milan verbally abused the coach while the Saudi based star physically attacked a management member.
But Boateng claims there are more reasons to his sacking than what has been said the federation and the coach.
"I think Appiah had a problem with me and was only looking for a reason to send me away. To be honest I was thrown out," Boateng told Sky Italia.
Appiah told the World Cup Commission of Inquiry that Boateng verbally insulted him TWICE using the F-word in front of the other players on two separate occasions during the World Cup.
The coach revealed how he was humiliated by the Germany-born star during the team's training sessions at the tournament in Brazil with all the present.
The former Black Stars revealed the stark level of indiscipline by German-born Ghanaian attacker resulting in his sacking from the national team.
Coach Kwasi Appiah said Kevin Prince Boateng used the f*** word twice, during a training session and after the game against Germany.
Coach Kwesi Appiah who played for the Black Stars for 11 years and captained the team for four years, said consistent verbal abuse against him did not set a good example for the younger members of the team.