Pint-sized internet sensation Hasbulla has no respect for world-class sh*t-talker Conor McGregor.
Hasbulla rose to fame during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic for his ‘Mini Khabib’ videos where he would portray a 3’4″ version of UFC Hall of Famer Khabib Nurmagomedov. The videos quickly went viral and Hasbulla became an immediate fan favorite in the MMA community. With his popularity rising by the minute, Dana White and the UFC decided to strike while the iron is hot and signed the Tik Tok star to a five-year deal with the UFC. However, not everyone was amused.
Enter Conor McGregor, the UFC’s resident trash-talker that always has time to take a pot-shot at his co-workers from the other side of the world. While not necessarily surprising, McGregor seemingly came out of nowhere with a series of hateful tweets directed at Hasbulla, calling him a “gimp” and a “little smelly inbred.”
During an appearance on the Full Sent Podcast, Hasbulla addressed the tweets from McGregor and had no problem sharing his thoughts on the Irishman.
“Yeah, I saw all of his tweets of me, but he is not my opponent. He can just talk. He’s not like a fighter for me. I don’t respect him as a fighter and if I meet him, I will cause some problems for him.”
Asked if he would confront Conor McGregor should the two ever be in the same building, Hasbulla said:
“I’m not gonna talk with him and if I see that he wants something, I’ll dismiss him.”
Hasbulla practicing his ring walkout https://t.co/Pgpyt6McMr
— HasbullaHive 🐐 (@HasbullaHive) October 27, 2022
Hasbulla Says He Is ‘Too Busy’ to Meet Drake
During his conversation with the Full Send crew, Hasbulla revealed that he receives DM’s from celebrities on a regular basis, calling out a few musicians including Drake.
“I am not interested in music, but sometimes stars text music to me. Like Drake, Tiger, and 50 Cent text it to me. I don’t know who he is, but he texted to me and followed me.”
As far as what Drake said to him, Hasbulla has no idea, admitting that he simply didn’t read it, but was willing to pull up the DM and allowed the Full Send crew to read aloud the interaction.
“You are my inspiration,” Drake said in his message to Hasbulla. “When can we meet?”
“Bro, I’m sorry that I can’t communicate in English,” Hasbulla responded. “I communicate through a translator. I don’t know when I’ll see you. I’ll be in Dubai in October.”
Asked if he would set up a meeting with the hip-hop star, Hasbulla exclaimed, “I’m too busy,” getting a laugh out of the room.