With everybody taking sides in the considerable Conor McGregor versus Floyd Mayweather face off regarding, Draymond Green has made it clear his identity pulling for.
After a photograph surfaced of McGregor wearing a Golden State Warriors No. 23 pullover, Green posted the photograph on his Instagram account with an inscription that read: "We shaking with Floyd brother not you… take that off bruh."
Green, who as of now wears No. 23 for the Warriors, appeared to be cheerful to reveal to McGregor where his faithfulness lies. Yet, McGregor, who has demonstrated that he is not one to timid far from junk talk, reacted to the All-Star forward's post by revealing to him that the No. 23 pullover was really of previous NBA player C.J. Watson, and that he doesn't know green's identity. McGregor at that point revealed to Green that he should "continue hustling and remain in school."
McGregor would go ahead to include: "Now ask yourself for what reason I'm shaking C.J. when I don't know or give a f—about b-ball. I spill takes off the floor. Not a ball. This is no amusement here child."
Mayweather joined the shred by posting: "Sprinkle for the money #warriors #michigan" on Green's post.
The explanation for the MMA star wearing Waton's old pullover stems back to Mayweather's aggressive behavior at home history. Mayweather invested energy in jail for beating Josie Harris, the mother to three of his kids, in September 2010, as per USA Today. Having part with her, Harris says Mayweather entered her home amidst the night and was incensed to discover messages from Watson on her telephone. Mayweather's child Koraun, 10 at the time, told the Las Vegas Metro PD that he saw his dad over Harris, hitting and kicker her.
McGregor has referenced Watson via web-based networking media in the past as a method for annoying Mayweather.
These remarks on Instagram fill in as the most recent round of abuse including McGregor and Mayweather. The two will fight it out at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on August 26.