Conor McGregor reignites feud with Megan Fox’s boyfriend Machine Gun Kelly for ‘badass’ video in now-deleted tweet

CONOR MCGREGOR has reignited his feud with Machine Gun Kelly by mocking the rapper on social media after seeing his brush with the law.

Footage of the American being stopped by local security and then the police for skateboarding in the street went viral on social media on Monday night.

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MGK’s impassioned defending of his street skating quickly came to the attention of UFC superstar McGregor, who didn’t hold back with his trolling of the musician.

The Notorious quote-tweeted the video and said: “Watch out guys we got a bada** here.”

McGregor and MGK – real name Colson Baker – are no strangers to one another having gone face-to-face at the MTV VMAs in 2021.

The Irishman was in a near scuffle with the ‘Till I die’ rapper at the swanky New York bash.

McGregor, 35, allegedly threw a drink at MGK after being denied a photo by the rapper, who was on the red carpet with his girlfriend Megan Fox.

The altercation was quickly played down by McGregor’s representatives, who issued a statement denying any wrongdoing.

His spokesperson, Karen Kessler, said: “Conor McGregor did not ask anyone for a picture, nor did he instigate this incident.

“He does not know Machine Gun Kelly, outside of the fact that he attended Conor’s fight this past July.”


McGregor himself played down the incident as he did the rounds on the red carpet, telling Entertainment Tonight: “I just showed up” and he doesn’t know what happened.

“Nothing happened with me. 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, don’t know anything about him except that he’s with Megan Fox.”

Former two-division UFC champion McGregor is gearing up to make his octagon return against Michael Chandler later this year.

The mouthwatering showdown was seemingly on course to take place on the UFC’s final pay-per-view card of the year on December 16.

But the Irishman recently missed the deadline to re-enrol in the USADA drug testing pool – which he must be in for a minimum of six months – to ensure an end-of-year return.

The UFC do, however, have the power to grant their poster boy an exemption to the six-month testing pool requirement.

And the Dubliner insists he will be back before the year is out, tweeting he’ll fight in “December” when quizzed by a fan earlier this month.

McGregor’s clash with Chandler will be his first since breaking his leg in his trilogy fight with Dustin Poirier two years ago.

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