‘This shows how dirty you are’ Khabib Nurmagomedov reacts to ‘evil’ Conor McGregor tweets about his father

Retired UFC lightweight Khabib Nurmagomedov has finally reacted to last week’s deleted tweet posted by Conor McGregor, aimed at the death of Khabib’s father.

Following McGregor’s loss to Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 in July Nurmagomedov wrote “Good always defeats evil”, last week the Irishman responded by tweeting, “COVID is good and father is evil?” The since-deleted taunt was an apparent reference to Nurmagomedov’s father and longtime coach, Abdulmanap, who died in 2020 from COVID-19 complications.

During an interview on the “Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson” Nurmagomedov offered his thoughts on the situation thinks McGregor further exposed himself as a “dirty” person.

“When he talked about this, only evil can talk about your father, like wife, kids, religion,” Nurmagomedov said. “If you’re a normal human, you’re never going to talk about this stuff.

“For me, I think he posted this tweet [when he had] drunk too much or [had done] something. He always delete these tweets. When he become normal, [he looked at his phone] and said, ‘Oh, what I did.’ Then he delete. This is my opinion, what he does all the time.”

“When someone is not with us – he is not even alive – this shows what you have inside. This shows how dirty you are. When you one of the best in the world and you come and you punch someone who is like 70 years old, like an old man (in a pub), this shows your heart. This shows who you are inside, how dirty you are. When you have parents and you have kids, how can you show yourself like this? I don’t understand why his close people don’t go, ‘Hey, what’s going on?’”

“When you become rich, when you become famous, some people they lose real people around them,” Nurmagomedov said. “They lose them. Real people who love you, they’re going to tell you the truth. But fake people? They always say, ‘You’re good.’ They never say to you nothing because they don’t want to upset you because they know they’ll lose this comfortable spot. Real people, they don’t care about this. They were with you before you became famous and rich. They don’t care about your money. They just love you. I think he lose a lot of people around him. I don’t think he have people who were with him before when he become champion. Everybody needs someone who reminds you, ‘This is good, this is bad.’”

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