McGregor calls Khabib homophobic before deleting controversial tweets

Conor McGregor is supposed to be preparing for his fight against Dustin Poirier in the most anticipated UFC trilogy, but that didn’t stop him from causing a social media storm with comments aimed at Khabib Nurmagomedov.

The Irish fighter sent out some controversial tweets about Khabib about the bout they had in 2018.

McGregor responded to a follower who claimed that he was a cheater and broke the rules in the fight between the pair, prompting the former champion to respond.

“Real dirty. I’ve felt the commentary wrath a few times. Imagine this was the round I had won too,” McGregor wrote.

“The guy was holding onto me crying to referee saying I was breaking the rules or some s***.

“And they try and say that I said this only business s***. Absolute horse plop.”

Then, in another tweet, McGregor responded to claims that he had illegally held Khabib‘s shorts.

“I wasn’t holding his shorts! I was ramming my fingers up his homophobic ass,” McGregor wrote.

“And just look at this happy face here. He loves it. He’s a fingers in the booty ass b****.”

McGregor then deleted the aforementioned tweets shortly after.

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