CONOR McGREGOR’S latest social media post amid his ongoing war of words with PJ Gallagher and Paul McGrath was a typically conceited one.
On Tuesday night, The Notorious shared a video of himself boarding his private jet.
In a mocking tone, he said: “That’ll do, I’l tell yous what that’s the filler that.
“We’re going to call it a day on the PJ and McGrath and all yeah, yous won this round lads yeah fair play to yous have a good one.
“Lads, yous won this round fair play to yous, catch yous on the flip.
“I’m gonna bow out and say you know what, I’m going to be the bigger man and bow out.”
While being the ‘bigger man’ he made sure to flash his expensive watch to the camera before erupting in his typical uproarious laugh.
That video was swiftly deleted but he’s since tweeted out a photo from whatever five-star hotel he’s checked into.
He captioned it simply ‘Morning world’.
The 34-year-old constantly brags about his wealth but still maintains a massive global following.
However, he’s noticeably becoming less and less popular at home as Irish people en masse have been repulsed by his string of derogatory messages aimed at Gallagher and McGrath.
McGregor claims he’s only defending himself after the comedian had initiated their spat by jokingly declaring that Britian could have him after a US television host mistakenly included the Dubliner in her ‘Top Five British Fighters’.
While spouting off in one of several messages aimed at Irish footie legend McGrath, the former UFC double-champ gave his point of view.
He said: “If someone comes at me I am going to fire back.
“What don’t you get? I didn’t start any of this.
“It was me being bullied originally. Yet you come online to call me a bully.
“Leave me alone. Bullies the lot of ya’s! I have mental health too!”
He’s also offered to fight the two of them in a charity boxing bout as one of the strangest Irish celeb beefs ever isn’t showing any sign of abating this side of Christmas.