Jeff Molina reveals the disgusting comments he received for wearing UFC’s Pride Month weapons: ‘You will burn in hell’
The love and support of Jeff Molina met with a negative response from the MMA fans section on TV.
The growing flyweight champion had a successful UFC Vegas 56 fight last week with a split verdict against Zhalgas Zhumagulov on Saturday. Earlier in the war, Molina was found to be talking a lot about her idea of wearing a special UFC uniform in recognition of Pride Month, which makes the promotion possible in June to help raise funds and publicize LGBTQIA + Central Southern Nevada.
Molina said after the war that he was disappointed by fans who opposed his decision and “thought people could be free.”
pa MMA period On Monday, Molina revealed some of her received that transcended borders from criticism to genuine hatred.
“It was weird because I thought it was a fun, easy, little thing,” Molina said. “Like, sir, look at my shorts, there’s a rainbow paint, it’s great that the UFC is doing this for Pride Month. my phone and comments split.In fact, not really, the comments were very disgusting.
“There were a number of issues in words like, ‘UFC is just doing this to make it work, and the business way, it is doing this for money, they don’t really care. Blah blah blah blah.’ The other part was, ‘Men, you support homosexuals, you will be burned in Hell. Allah will make sure you burn in hell or God will make sure you burn in hell.’ I can tell you that there were many of these, like, ‘You have to be cut off from the UFC in support of f ******.’ There was so much of it.
“I looked at the DM, my DM on Twitter was about to split with love and hate. From the love side there were a lot of guys like, ‘Hey dad, I didn’t know you rolled like that. I think you’re pretty.’ And on the other hand, it was ugly, ugly, and I just had to deal with it. ”
Molina laughed that she liked the old man, even though he was straight. He found that his actions reassured him after a humorous interview with UFC commentator Daniel Cormier at Molina’s first appearance to be promoted in April last year.
“DC at my first weight test said I was not the richest person in the UFC,” Molina said. “She’s like, ‘I don’t see it at all. I don’t think she’s that beautiful.’ He said word for word, so to get love from men all over the world who say I’m a pretty boy, I agree.
Molina added that although the news of her wearing the Pride Moon shorts caused a stir, there was no way she could get back on her feet.
“No,” said Molina. “If anything, I want to get a bigger vinyl later. That idea didn’t come to my mind.”
In other words, Molina is more disturbed by her praise than the hatred she receives. He has removed the negligence, finding it more disruptive than painful. But when they are commended, they feel helpless because they do not believe that they have done anything special.
“Surprisingly, I feel like I’m being praised for something I shouldn’t be praised for, if it makes sense,” Molina said. “And I do not try to cover over everything I said, I said 100 percent from the heart. I meant exactly what I said. But it is like clapping your hands and saying, ‘Killing someone is wrong. This should be common: Rape is wrong. Racism is wrong. To hate someone who loves them is wrong. And who cares at the end of the day? That’s the only thing that makes me wonder about all of this.
“I know I have a platform as a fighter, I am fighting for the UFC, the largest organization in the world. But at the same time I find it strange to be praised for something that should be f ******* common sense. Just be human.”