Conor McGregor posted a series of offensive tweets directed at the viral TikTok sensation Hasbullah, calling him a “little smelly inbred” that he would like to kick over the goalpost. Hasbullah didn’t hold himself while hitting back, and his response forced McGregor to delete his tweets.
Responding to McGregor’s tweet about kicking him over the goalpost, Hasbullah wrote, “At least one of us maintained an undefeated record.”
“I’m gonna make it my mission to score a 3-pointer with him one day, hon the gaa,” tweeted McGregor. “How much to get him on the volley?” Hasbullah then challenged the Irishman to pick up a fight in UFC. He also reminded McGregor about his crushing defeat to Khabib Nurmagomedov, and joked the former is tweeting such things to gain attention. Hasbullah is known as “Mini Khabib” as he comes from the same region of Russia as Nurmagomedov.
“I have my ufc contract now, if @TheNotoriousMMA is really a man… see me in Abu Dhabi Got smashed by @TeamKhabib already. Guess his money from Mayweather ran out and he needs more attention,” wrote Hasbullah.
Amidst the war of words, found unexpected support from the current UFC featherweight champion Alex Volkanovski, who warned McGregor to leave Hasbullah alone. Volkanovski had posted a funny clip where he saw his face getting smeared with hamburger by Hasbullah.
McGregor, meanwhile, is set to return to the ring later this year after a year-long absence due to injury. He ended up breaking his leg during a fight against Dustin Poirier last year, and had to undergo surgery. While many fans expected retirement after that horrific injury, the MMA veteran surprised everyone by announcing the “greatest and the biggest sports comeback in history.”
McGregor has won only one of his last four fights – a knockout win against Donald Cerrone two years ago. Recently, a video of his went viral where he was seemingly receiving a sexual favor from his fiance on the yacht. Like his tweets against Hasbullah, he deleted the video moments after posting.
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