Conor McGregor rarely tweets and deletes, so you know it’s bad if Notorious has second thoughts about a post. He sent out a tweet that many are interpreting as a direct dig at Khabib Nurmagomedov’s dead father.

Nurmagomedov lost his father in July after he tested positive for COVID-19. He then suffered a heart attack that forced an emergency bypass surprise. Sadly, he died at 57-years-old.

Notorious sent out a tweet that simply said: “Covid is good and father is evil?” Then he promptly deleted it. That tweet still showed up on thousands of timelines and a few screengrabs were taken of the post. Many fans read the post as a dig at Khabib losing his dad.

The Irishman might have not meant to send that tweet out, but it was still posted for all to see until he hit the delete button. As of this writing, Conor has not addressed this recent instance tweet and delete.

Conor McGregor is rehabbing a busted leg after UFC 264 where he suffered a TKO loss to Dustin Poirier, but McGregor made sure they also added it was via doctor stoppage. Then McGregor promptly threatened to murder Dustin and Jolie Poirier in their sleep. It was still a loss and now McGregor and Poirier will have a fourth fight whenever he’s ready.

In the meantime, Conor McGregor will keep doing his own thing. That includes hanging out with Justin Bieber and ranting on social media. This tweet about Khabib’s father might have been best served in the trash bin.

What’s your take on this tweet? Sound off in the comments!

Aaron Varble

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