WTF: Conor McGregor Tweets Some Racist S@#% And Khabib Responds With A Photo Of McGregor Grabbing a Girl By The …

Apr 4, 2019

Yo, what is even happening? My Twitter timeline is blowing up and it feels more like an episode of Jerry Springer rather than the typical dick jokes and sports news that normally come across my feed.

Instead, I see the following Tweet:

The next Tweet I saw was this:

Now, I’m not only going to lie: I  laughed. I laughed a lot. Even though both Tweets are hell-a-dark and McGregor’s Tweet is hell-a-racist, I sometimes laugh at dark shit. With that being said. I don’t condone it.

There’s fight promotion and then there’s this. This shit is nuts.

Racism of any kind is simply wrong but bringing in a man’s wife, kids, or family, in general, is the ultimate sin.

Khabib signed up for this. His family, or in this case his wife, didn’t. Say what you want about your opponent, or whoever you’re trying to pick a fight with, but leave their family out of it.

Dana White issued the following statement:

“The ongoing situation has escalated to a level that is unacceptable. As such, we are taking the necessary steps to reach out to both athlete camps and this situation is being addressed by all parties internally.”

I’m just confused as to what is happening with McGregor. He “retired” like a week ago. Which we’ve since learned was an attempt to divert the announcement of his rape allegations. I’ve yet to write about it because I’m waiting to get full details. At the moment there’s a lot of misinformation.

Then in talking with my boy and fellow MMA writer, Jimmy The Prince, I’ve found out that apparently, McGregor might have impregnated a girl. WHAT?!?! He was saying that apparently the girl in the photo that McGregor is Donald Trumping, is the girl that McGregor impregnated.

It’s all very Jerry Springer-ish. And since I don’t have full information, I’ll choose not to speak on it. But I will leave you with those little pieces of gossip like a high school drama queen. LOL


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