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“I was scared for my family” – Conor McGregor responded to a fan who put him in a troll for calling for a mass blockage during the pandemic

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Conor McGregor was recently trolled on social media for calling for a mass blockade during an ongoing pandemic by fans. In March 2020, when a coronavirus pandemic affected the lives of billions of people, McGregor decided to talk about it.

He shared a video clip urging governments around the world and in Ireland to implement a full lockout to save lives. Conor McGregor said in the video:

“While we are all arguing for a complete blockade right now, I think I have to do it. Any time spent in this debate is an unnecessary waste of hours. I know a good, hard fight when I see a fight and now it’s in our hands. There is a war. I want to call my people – the great people of Ireland. We all need this struggle. We are all together in the red corner, waiting for the bell to ring. Let us gather together and join ourselves, including the people of the world. let’s see. The real blockchain has to start and it has to start now – the real lock is together, the blockchain is combined. stressed that he should do everything possible to prevent possible destruction. Here we have the advantage, because we we can see that, ”McGregor said. “It simply came to our notice then. But we cannot expect different results if we do not act on our advantage. … Ireland, we have this. We have not only formulas, but also premature it. Let’s go, Ireland. Let the rest of the world. Lock together. We stand together. May God bless us all. ”

The online troll misled him into a recent video and recently shared it on the internet, claiming that the Irishman was a hypocrite calling for a mass blocking around the world. The man, McGregor, claimed he made millions by fighting in front of a full square while asking governments to implement full blockades.

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The disrespectful tweet caught the Irishman’s attention, and then he responded to the false allegations. Conor McGregor clarified that the video was shared in 2020 when people “collapsed on the streets”. McGregor says he is concerned about his family’s safety and now takes the situation completely differently.

“It was in early 2020, when people were” falling on the streets, “that I was afraid of my family. I called on everyone to sit tight for a few weeks to see where we were. Now my thoughts on the situation are night and day. … I actually feel like I’m being lied to. Like all of us, “Conor McGregor wrote.

Also read: How much money does UFC superstar Conor McGregor have in 2021?

Conor McGregor fully recovered from the break in his leg and decided to return to the octagon

Conor McGregor is lifting his spirits in hopes of a full recovery after suffering in UFC 264. The Irishman recently shared a video with his fans and said he wanted to return. UFC President Dana White expects Conor McGregor to return sometime next year.

Check out the clip below:

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