As always, Conor McGregor has managed to find himself in trouble. He was accused of 'rapping' by the girl during Game 4 of the NBA Finals that took place on June 10 in Miami, Florida. As she emphasized, everything happened in the men's bathroom at Kaseya Center.
One of the former UFC fighters who commented on the whole case is Daniel Cormier. McGregor, according to Cormier, has had to deal with the burden of fame for a long time now. There have been many times when Conor has faced similar situations and he has always created unnecessary problems for himself.
As noted by Cormier, McGregor is not surrounded by the proper people who can guide him in the right direction, which is why he is struggling. “You almost become a victim to the fame,” -Cormier said on his ESPN show “DC & RC", as quoted by mmajunkieusatoday.com “You and I don’t know that level of fame.
We just never got there, but you almost become a victim to the fame, and it seems as though he’s unwilling to let go of that, to let go of the idea that he can do less, that he has to be insulated, that he has to be surrounded by people that say no."
Daniel Cormier on Conor McGregor
According to Cormier, when you are a celebrity, there are most likely going to be people around you who will try to make use of you.
They want your money, they want to please you, and in the end, all this leads to consequences. McGregor felt it best on his skin. “But as you and I both know, especially fighters, as you sign all the checks, people are less likely to say no to you because they don’t want to let go of the money. I think that is why McGregor finds himself in that situation”.