VIDEO: Conor McGregor Brawls With Megan Fox’s Boyfriend Rapper Machine Gun Kelly
Conor McGregor is yet again in news about being in an altercation with American rapper Machine Gun Kelly (MGK) at the MTV VMAs red carpet at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Although things didn’t break loose and neither side entered into a physical war, McGregor offered a lot of animosity to the rapper.
The exact reason behind the scuffle is unknown. But initial reports suggest McGregor wanted to take a picture with MGK, which the rapper denied. It didn’t sit well with the former two-division UFC champion who began pressing Kelly. A video clip showed Conor McGregor throwing a drink on the raper. However, the surrounding individuals were quick to separate both men.
In the aftermath of the situation, Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox chose to remain silent on the whole occurrence. However, Conor McGregor displayed his loud mouth another time. He denied wanting to be pictured with MGK and also denied going to a fed with the rapper.
Conor McGregor said, “I only fight real fighters. People that actually fight. I certainly don’t fight little vanilla ice white rappers. I don’t even know the guy, I don’t know anything about him. Except that he is with Megan [Fox].”
Well, this isn’t very uncommon to the fans of ‘Notorious’. Conor McGregor is well known for brawls and controversies. So, messing up with Machine Gun Kelly (MGK) actually saw the rapper take a step back. However, McGregor has contracted another controversy over his name, which might not set a very good example to the fans.
Conor McGregor and his Notorious lifestyle with celebs
The UFC bigshot has been listed as the Forbes richest athlete of the year, with an annual income of around $180 million. Thus, McGregor-lifestyle is clearly something that many people envisions, and that has helped the Irishman to get close with umpteen entertainment celebrities like Justin Bieber, Drake, and more. So, McGregor has relished quite a fame in the past few years.
However, his UFC run hasn’t been very efficient. Since losing to Khabib Nurmagomedov in 2018, McGregor is 2-1. He returned with a sensational KO win over Donald Cerrone in 2020. But lost back-to-back against Dustin Poirier this year. It had sidelined him from the UFC for some time. But the Irishman knows how to regain himself into the headlines.