Infotainment Factory: McGregor accuser breaks silence on nightclub clash

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Tuesday, 12 March 2019

McGregor accuser breaks silence on nightclub clash


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The man who had his phone allegedly stolen from him and stomped on by UFC star Conor McGregor has broken his silence on the run-in.

Ahmed Abdirzak spoke about the clash with McGregor outside a Miami nightclub in a video released by TMZ and said that the loss of his son's photos is what angered him the most about the incident.

"We ended up at LIV on a Sunday," he said.

"(Rapper) Blueface was there so we were just seeing what was popping. There were quite a few A-list celebrities over there, Birdman (another rapper), Blueface, NFL and a few NBA players over there.

"So we see McGregor in the club and it was all cool or whatnot. On the way out, we were just waiting for our vehicle from the valet. As soon as we go pick it up, I see Conor McGregor. So I tried to take out my little phone.

"As soon as I pull out my phone, McGregor comes and he tries to shake my hand. As soon as he went to shake my hand he pulled me in, grabbed my phone and started smashing it."

According to Abdirzak, a video of the Irishman's alleged actions will be realeasing in the near future.

"All of his security guards literally surrounded me, pushed me out of the way. And he’s stomping on it, there’s a video that will be released soon," he said.

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"He was being real rude like, ‘Get the f--k out of my face, you don’t just do that.’ So I was like, ‘Sir can I have my phone back?’ And there was all of his security and entourage around him.

"I just kept asking if I can have my phone back. They were like, ‘Move man, move, you better listen to what Conor say’.

"I got pictures of my son that I didn’t even save to my iCloud, so that’s what pisses me off the most. Those pictures I am probably not going to ever get again."

McGregor was arrested and charged with strongarmed robbery and criminal mischief following the incident before posting bail.

The Irishman's case will be heard in the Circuit Court in the Miami-Dade County on April 10.

The man who had his phone allegedly stolen from him and stomped on by UFC star Conor McGregor has broken his silence on the run-in.

Ahmed Abdirzak spoke about the clash with McGregor outside a Miami nightclub in a video released by TMZ and said that the loss of his son's photos is what angered him the most about the incident.

"We ended up at LIV on a Sunday," he said.

"(Rapper) Blueface was there so we were just seeing what was popping. There were quite a few A-list celebrities over there, Birdman (another rapper), Blueface, NFL and a few NBA players over there.

"So we see McGregor in the club and it was all cool or whatnot. On the way out, we were just waiting for our vehicle from the valet. As soon as we go pick it up, I see Conor McGregor. So I tried to take out my little phone.

"As soon as I pull out my phone, McGregor comes and he tries to shake my hand. As soon as he went to shake my hand he pulled me in, grabbed my phone and started smashing it."

According to Abdirzak, a video of the Irishman's alleged actions will be realeasing in the near future.

"All of his security guards literally surrounded me, pushed me out of the way. And he’s stomping on it, there’s a video that will be released soon," he said.

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"He was being real rude like, ‘Get the f--k out of my face, you don’t just do that.’ So I was like, ‘Sir can I have my phone back?’ And there was all of his security and entourage around him.

"I just kept asking if I can have my phone back. They were like, ‘Move man, move, you better listen to what Conor say’.

"I got pictures of my son that I didn’t even save to my iCloud, so that’s what pisses me off the most. Those pictures I am probably not going to ever get again."

McGregor was arrested and charged with strongarmed robbery and criminal mischief following the incident before posting bail.

The Irishman's case will be heard in the Circuit Court in the Miami-Dade County on April 10.

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