Conor McGregor has broken his silence after being accused of punching a famous Italian DJ.
But Notorious took aim at UFC rival Nate Diaz instead of addressing the assault allegations leveled against him.
McGregor is accused of punching Francesco Facinetti in the face and leaving him with a bloody lip and nose in front of his terrible wife.
But the 33-year-old Irishman ignored the claims as he lambasted Diaz on Twitter.
McGregor’s bitter UFC rival Diaz was oddly asked not to renew his UFC contract by Boris Johnson’s former aide Dominic Cummings.
And McGregor wasted no time responding to the pair labeling Cummings a ‘p***’ lanky streak.
Responding to Cummings’ tweet, McGregor wrote: “Who gave advice? Does this lean streak of p*** think he’s business savvy or something?
“Hey bro, you’d do 15 fights in the UFC and were on 20k to fight on 20k to win.
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“Hahahaha 15 f***ing fights. In the UFC!
“Blink is hanging from your head and a 20k check is given pre-tax. Know who made you.”
Diaz, 36, who has fought just once since 2019, is coming to the end of his current deal with the organization.
But while the MMA star’s career is a major thing in the game at the moment, no political strategist was expecting Cummings to weigh in on his opinion.
In a strange turn of events, Cummings told Diaz: “Don’t sign a new UFC contract, you’ll make more cash out.
“And the @danawhite trilogy will make a deal at some point for the @TheNotoriousMMA fight, but on the outside you’ll have a lot more leverage and earn more $.
“Look how they screwed up @GeorgesStPierre, now waiting for contract to expire.”
Cummings’ advice was in response to Diaz’s brief, cryptic tweet, which read simply: “I’m fighting someone.”
Many believed that McGregor may have been distracted by Facchinetti’s allegations.
Police were called after an alleged scuffle with the UFC veteran musician while the two attended an event at the St. Regis Hotel in Rome.
McGregor and his partner De Devlin were in Italy for the Vatican’s christening of their youngest child, Ryan.
Though the trip reportedly ended on a low note as Facinetti, 41, and his wife Wilma Faisol, 39, both took to Instagram to blame their nearly 1.5 million combined followers.
Facchinetti posted a video narrating the incident and showed cuts on both his lips.
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Wilma also shared a series of Instagram stories accusing the fighter of assaulting her husband, saying she feared Notorious might kill her.
It is not clear what led to the alleged scuffle.
Italian police confirmed to SunSport that they were called to the scene at 5:30 a.m. after the incident.