The social media sphere recently saw allegations against UFC CEO Dana White, linking him to Epstein’s Island through leaked flight logs.
Notorious social media figure known as ‘Martys Hairline’ triggered a storm of controversy by sharing a now-deleted tweet implicating White’s involvement. The post swiftly gained traction across Twitter, being shared and liked numerous times.
The tweet posted on December 27 claimed White’s appearance in Jeffrey Epstein’s Island flight logs. Jeffrey Epstein is a New York-based businessman who killed himself while awaiting trial on allegations of conspiracy and s*x trafficking minors.
The post read: “On December 27 at 11:35 am, I inaccurately posted that Dana White was reported to have been listed in the flight logs for Jeffrey Epstein. That post was categorically false and there is no evidence whatsoever that Mr. White knew Jeffrey Epstein or flew on his plane. I sincerely apologize to Mr. White and the UFC for spreading falsehoods about him through this account and unequivocally retract my post of yesterday’s date.”
This accusation seemed to be a misguided badge of honor for the individual behind it. He posted another tweet that read:
“You may consider yourself an MMA Twitter troll…
But did the UFC send you a cease and desist letter last night?
Yeah, I didn’t think so 💅
Get on my level, kid”
The social media troll claimed that he also received a cease and desist letter for his post.
Currently taking a hiatus from the world of MMA, Dana White is enjoying some downtime. There are no scheduled events until UFC Vegas 84: Ankalaev vs. Walker 2 on Jan. 13 in Las Vegas.
The recent false claims attempting to tie Dana White to Jeffrey Epstein’s activities have been refuted, debunking any connection between the UFC head and Epstein’s Island.
The recent UFC 296 event saw a massive brawl between middleweight champion Sean Strickland and Dricus du Plessis. Dana White took up the blame for such a mishap as he was the one who made the seating arrangements for the UFC.
White said during the press conference after the event: “What kind of an a**hole sits Strickland next to Du Plessis? This a**hole. That’s who. I do every seating assignment every week. It blows my mind that I let that slip. It just blows my mind that I missed that.”