Paul McGrath has said the controversy with Conor McGregor was “out of control” as he ended the heated argument.
Aking on Twitter, the soccer legend addressed the online controversy that began with a comment by radio host PJ Gallagher about the UFC star.
“I hope we all (we) have time to think. And realize how this has gotten out of hand,” began McGrath’s tweet.
“I’m going back to my corner, you should too. With that I will (wish) you well. Congratulations.”
The controversy began when McGregor came across a comment Gallagher made about him online, where he said he wouldn’t mind if the Brits considered the UFC star their own.
McGregor later mocked Gallagher’s battle with mental health issues, writing on Twitter that he was “crying in the papers over his depression” and calling him a “sad bastard” and “something sad chickenpox” before adding that Gallagher has “shrimp pose”.
The radio star responded by jokingly: “Sorry! It took years of hard training and awkward walking to get into the pose of a shrimp. I’m delicious!
Irish football legend Paul McGrath later rushed in to defend Gallagher, writing: “PJ don’t mind the bullies, you are loved by everyone.
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“Whatever you do, don’t let him overwhelm you. Stay healthy. Top man. @pjgallagher @TheNotoriousMMA.”
Then he added: “Conor, you need to find GOD and when you knock on my door I will boil water for you…my good friend.”
McGregor then hit back at McGrath, calling him “British” before writing: “If someone attacks me, I’ll shoot back.
“You didn’t get anything? I didn’t start any of this. At first I was bullied. And yet you go online calling me a bully.
“Leave me alone. You guys bully too much! I’m psychotic too!”
“Irish and proud whether they like it or not!” he added, referencing Gallagher’s original comment.
McGregor went on to challenge PJ Gallagher and Paul McGrath to a “2 vs 1 boxing match” to end their public online feud.
Notorious has attacked the comedian and soccer star on Twitter over the past few days, and even “banned” the latter star from all three of his Dublin pubs.
In a series of tweets on Tuesday, McGregor continued to ignite the flames between him and the pair as he referred to Gallagher as a “weasel” and McGrath a “spa bastard.”
When a fan suggested he and Gallagher settle their dispute over a glass of McGregor’s brand whiskey, Right No 12, the 34-year-old was unimpressed and branded Gallagher as a moralist. fake.
“Why me? He tried to openly rally people against me with a shameful insult and also out of nowhere, while remaining a mental health advocate in the press. “It was the pinnacle of hypocrisy. I don’t know him. Never talked about him once in my life,” he wrote.
https://www.independent.ie/style/celebrity/celebrity-news/paul-mcgrath-extends-olive-branch-to-conor-mcgregor-in-wake-of-pj-gallagher-tweet-row-42238818.html Paul McGrath extends olive branch to Conor McGregor following PJ Gallagher’s tweet