mac craic Conor McGregor shares cryptic Instagram post
The MMA star shared a picture of himself sat in his Bentley
Conor McGregor has shared a cryptic Instagram post with a selfie of himself sat in his Bentley, wearing a cap and a Dolce & Gabbana branded polo style t-shirt.
“Ya’s could never turn me, I’m a river flowing,” he captioned the post, leaving fans bewildered by its meaning.
In March, the 33-year-old was detained at Lucan Garda Station for dangerous driving after he was filmed driving his Bentley Continental GT on the N4.
He was pulled over by Gardaí and subsequently arrested for road traffic offences.
The luxury car was seized following his arrest but it has since been returned to him.
It’s not McGregor's first time to leave his fans puzzled by a bizarre Instagram caption.
Back in February after spending Saturday night drinking pints and whiskey at his Dublin pub, the Black Forge Inn in Dublin 12, he posted a number of photos online, name-checking his niece Taylor and his mother Margaret's neighbours before thanking God in a bizarre post.
"One half of the Dubai 2 in the house Saturday night but we are no 2, @blake__nm_! Uimhir a haon. We celebrate freedom here at The Black Forge Inn. Freedom and justice! Great to see Niamh in enjoying her Saturday night. My roofer O' Brien roofing also in, done (sic) a great job on my roof, it is now a full on bunker, like no other.
"A blacked out bunker. 60 plus staff. The Black Forge Inn, Dublin Twelve. Stawl it (sic). Food and drinks and sparkling 24/7 365. Sound system blow your nickers (sic) off.
"Taylor my niece also in enjoying her @forgedirishstout. Hers because it’s hers when it hits. Make no mistake. This a kingdom and I’m King. Tay 850 a week beep new jeep. Rangey. Eyesight 20/10 vision. Because 2020 is done. It’s not 2020 no more. Its not what it was no more, you get me? I love you, my Taylor.
"My mother's home Pearse Street also in the house loving it and enjoying them selves. Pearse Street loves it. We love Pearse Street! My pub The Black Forge Inn is for Pearse Street also, many may not know fully.
"The name of my snug is Christy’s Snug. Engraved! After my Grandfather. Yup Jakes! Christy ‘Jakes’ Moore. Pearse Street. My mother's, mad, loving father. We miss but we know where you are granda. Here at this bar hahahaa. Eating and drinking on the gaff.
"Whiskey is a mad man’s drink my mother always says hahahaha who’s runs it ma? Thanks for the early house my Grandfather! And the whiskey. And the gargle. Five more minutes, Ma. My Mother's blood line! The Moores.
"I have spirits around this whole premise(s) watching over every single patron that enters. Support. Protection. Guidance. Spiritual connection from above. Chaos. Ya ya yaaaaa hahahahaha, I don’t just make spirits, I have spirits! Ghosts on a string," his rant continued.
"What a pub I'm after making hahahahahahaaj ah stop lord have mercy father save my soul, give me two and a double and use the thing with the bubble, back us all our father God Jesus Christ. Please, thank you! We deserve the best! God, we deserve this, thank you, God has our back! 100pc"
A number of McGregor's Instagram followers expressed some confusion with one writing: "I bet he wrote this out last night but decided to save it to see if he felt the same way in the morning before posting it. Clearly the whiskey hasn’t worn off yet it still makes sense to him to share this."
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