That's two days in a row that Conor McGregor has told Floyd Mayweather Jr. to "dance for me, boy" while on their joint promotion tour leading up to their mega fight on August 26.
The UFC superstar caught immediate backlash for saying the racist comment to Mayweather during their first promo stop in Los Angeles on Tuesday. But he inexplicably repeated the same statement on Wednesday in Toronto.
And sadly, McGregor seems to have a problematic history of making racist comments to hype up his fights, dating back at least a few years. Here's a list of some of his racially-charged statements.
What racially charged statement will the 28-year-old say next?
We've heard this jab against Mayweather used before, but people thought this, too, was tinged with racism.
Shaking our heads.
Insane. And just wrong.
Nate Diaz is a Mexican-American MMA fighter who was born and raised in Stockton, California, which touts a big Mexican population.
It's hard to argue against it when you count up the comments.
Will Money's hands make the outlandish UFC star pay?
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