CONOR McGregor is no stranger to flaunting his enormous wealth on social media.
And this weekend has been no different, with the 33-year-old sharing a picture of his Bentley Continental GT worth £170,000.
McGregor shared the picture with his near 9million Twitter followers[/caption]
And also recently posed in front of his car on his Instagram account[/caption]
It comes after he was accused of punching Italian DJ Francesco Facchinetti[/caption]
The Irishman snapped the shot of his snazzy motor outside his famous Dublin pub ‘The Black Forge Inn’.
And he captioned the post: “The Bentley at the “Bentley” @blackforgeinn.”
The Notorious bought the pub back in 2019 for £2million.
It is the same place where he delivered bottles of his Proper No Twelve whiskey in Christmas 2018.
The former two-weight UFC champion plans to open a chain of pubs across the world.
He also acquired The Marble Arch in Drimnagh – the scene of his infamous assault on a man in 2019.
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McGregor’s social media boast comes after he was accused of PUNCHING an Italian DJ in Rome last week.
Police were called after the UFC legend allegedly got into the scuffle with Francesco Facchinetti while the two attended an event at the St Regis hotel in the Italian capital.
The 41-year-old is now pressing charges against McGregor for assault.
But he has insisted he doesn’t want the Irishman to go to prison.
However Facchinetti has revealed would ‘turn down £8million’ to withdraw his police complaint.
Speaking to Italian radio, as reported by The Mirror, the musician said: “I could have shut up and not said anything to anyone, but since I’m here to tell it.
“If McGregor’s lawyer were to call me tomorrow and offer me €10m [£8m] to withdraw the complaint and to withdraw everything, I would say no.