“B*tch t*ts fat f*ck,” Conor McGregor deranged 40 second voice note audio berating True Geordie goes viral

“B*tch t*ts fat f*ck,” Conor McGregor deranged 40 second voice note audio berating True Geordie goes viral

The voice note audio of Conor McGregor and True Geordie has gone viral

In a recent incident highlighting the tensions between celebrities and social media influencers, Conor McGregor, the controversial Irish UFC fighter, unleashed a verbal assault on YouTuber Brian ‘True Geordie’ Davis.

The altercation occurred on Twitter after Davis commented on McGregor’s recent behavior during media interviews. Here is all you need to know about the incident.

Conor McGregor deranged 40 second voice note audio berating True Geordie goes viral

McGregor, known for his straightforward and often brash persona, took to Twitter to voice his displeasure with Davis’ observations, characterizing him with a series of derogatory epithets. He sent Davis an aggressive voice note, which was promptly deleted, filled with a barrage of personal insults. McGregor’s outburst stemmed from Davis’ critique of his recent interview performance at The Black Forge Inn.

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Previously, Davis, also known as True Geordie, featured prominently in McGregor’s Netflix documentary, providing commentary throughout. However, it appears the relationship between the two has soured since Davis shared his thoughts about McGregor’s behavior in a video titled “Conor McGregor’s WORRYING Interviews…”

Davis’ critique of Conor McGregor’s behavior

Davis’ critique centered around McGregor’s recent sit-down interview with Ariel Helwani during his trip to Dublin for the Katie Taylor vs Chantelle Cameron fight. He, along with several viewers, noted that McGregor seemed exceedingly animated, even incoherent at times. Davis also analyzed a clip from a media scrum involving McGregor, suggesting that the fighter’s lifestyle might be impacting his performance.

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According to Davis, McGregor’s current behavior does not bode well for his upcoming fight against Michael Chandler. He pointed out that McGregor’s physical condition appeared to be less than optimal, indicating a possible lack of seriousness towards the impending bout. Davis questioned whether McGregor’s love for “the thrill of the crowd and the adulation” was starting to take a toll on his career.

Conor McGregor’s response to Davis’ concerns

In response, McGregor lashed out at Davis, demanding him to “keep my name out your mouth.” McGregor’s fiery rant has since become the subject of much debate among followers and critics alike, drawing further attention to his public persona and upcoming fight.

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As the fallout from McGregor’s tirade continues to unfold, the exchange serves as a reminder of the volatile intersection of sports, social media, and public opinion. As athletes and influencers navigate this landscape, incidents like this Twitter feud underscore the tensions and the stakes involved in managing public images in today’s digital age.

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