Conor McGregor does not appreciate Floyd Mayweather calling him a racist. In an interview with ESPN, McGregor fired back at the 49-0 boxer who said that he was fighting this fight “for all the blacks around the world” because he was unhappy that McGregor called black people “monkeys” in an interview with Jimmy Kimmel.
“He knows there’s no racism from me. He said I labeled him a monkey, I never once labeled him or any Aftican-American a monkey. If I were to label him an animal it would be the rat or the weasel, cause that’s a rat or a weasel move, trying to manipulate someone’s words, trying to create something that isn’t there and it’s such a sensitive subjects, he’s a man that beats his wife in front of his kids. He’s the dirt of the dirt. To even bring that up and try to engage in that, that shows his true colors.
McGregor drew a lot of criticism for using unsavory language that many considered racist during the May-Mac tour and his latest response probably isn’t going to help his cause.
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