McGregor Says He Isn’t Racist Because He’s Rapping Biggie Lyrics & Pulling Out Jay-Z Album (VIDEO)
During the third leg of the promotional world tour for their mega fight in August, Conor McGregor made sure to address the media and anybody else who called him racist after he referred to Floyd Mayweather as ‘boy,’ and referred to black people in an old Rocky movie as ‘monkeys’.
Conor McGregor addresses accusations of racism “Don’t people know I’m half black…I’m black from the waist down” pic.twitter.com/sJElKsiDms
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He then addressed black women:
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There was one point where McGregor came out to Biggie Smalls music and gave Floyd Mayweather a Jay-Z album.
Mcgregor coming out to biggie pic.twitter.com/S6clrLxegY
— Martin Brian Ansah (@DaAnsahonSports) July 14, 2017
— Erika Fernandez (@CurlsAndSports) July 14, 2017
After the Brooklyn presser was finished, McGregor was asked about the ‘racism’ comments. He went on to explain why he couldn’t be racist because of all the things he did in the above videos.
TerryJMcMurray: Cernovich: RT Broowster: Conor McGregor: “I’m not racist I listen to Jay Z!”
— The Old Monkey (@The0ldMonkey) July 14, 2017