Nothing should surprise anyone when it comes to Conor McGregor, but even with that in mind, this latest news is the kind that will still make your eyebrow raise to say the least. Seemingly in response to Conor McGregor’s message to Jay Z and Diddy, which was really a diss in disguise for Floyd Mayweather and Cristiano Ronaldo, 50 Cent released a video with some controversial statements and then deleted it.
“Don’t get me f-cked up, know what I’m saying? Conor McGregor is a talented fighter and all that, he’s talented for a white boy, but you know n-words have superior genes when it comes to that kind of sh-t. For white people, in order for white people to have a champion, they had to make Rocky, man. They had to make that sh-t because they can’t actually do that sh-t. It’s just too much work. Man, what the f-ck. They like, ‘How a n-word work so hard?’ […] “They love ’em some McGregor. They get their haircut like McGregor. All that sh-t. Soon as they get that first big check they gone leave their motherf-cking wife and kids like McGregor and sh-t.”” — 50 Cent via a deleted Instagram post.
The whole video has been showing up in parts. One part on Twitter and then the other part on TMZ with 50 Cent’s comments implying McGregor cheated on his wife with Rita Ora. While this seems completely out of the blue, in Conor McGregor’s post yesterday congratulating Jay Z (and himself) for their upcoming accomplishements soon to be released in Forbes, he claimed rapper and fellow mogul 50 Cent had blocked him. Maybe word of the post got around to him and prompted his recent statements.
“Floyd [Mayweather] as a retired fighter that makes zero substantial revenue outside of them ropes is not on the list, and in the long game, is already dead. Mixed Martial Arts is a glorious game, Floyd. You are going to love it hahaha. Someone tag 50 Cent in this for me. He blocked me on this, the mad 50-year old Instagram blocker. Ahh don’t block me 50 kid, I still like some of your songs. The older ones haha. King bless you all, Burger King.” — Conor McGregor via his official Instagram.
This article first appeared onBJPenn.comon 3/7/2018.