Dan Bilzerian Makes a Drop by at Conor McGregor's Dublin Bar1 month ago
Dan Bilzerian, the self-proclaimed "King of Instagram," dazed social media followers when he stopped for meals and drinks at a restaurant owned by Conor McGregor.
The American entrepreneur visited the popular Black Forge Inn and took pictures with seven models and a UFC championship belt. The 41-year-old lived true to his moniker as 'King of Instagram,' posing for several photos. He uploaded those pictures on his Instagram story. He also complimented McGregor, noting, "Thanks for the hospitality."
Liam Flynn, the pub's manager, also posted several photographs on Instagram. He posed with the American businessman in one photo, with the caption: "Dan the Man is dropping into the house tonight doing things the appropriate way."
"No shorts allowed, Liam," one user posted, referencing the administrator who appeared to have ignored the dress code.
McGregor, the tavern owner, responded, "If you've got ten birds with you, you can wear shorts."
In another photo shared by the pub manager, Bilzerian is standing with seven models, with the tag line: "Charlie's angels in the house tonight, enjoying Conor's establishment."
Following a round of food and beverages, Bilzerian posed with his group of models while holding a UFC title belt. The pub then posted the photo on the restaurant's official Instagram page.
Bilzerian, who allegedly made a fortune via poker, updates his Instagram account daily to highlight his opulent lifestyle for his 32 million followers. Following his visit to the renowned bar, the 41-year-old posted footage of himself drinking and partying with some models.
The businessman initially claimed to have lost around $1 million after betting against McGregor in his 2020 fight against Donald Cerrone. On the other hand, McGregor defeated Cerrone in an astonishing 40 seconds at the T Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
McGregor reportedly purchased yet another Dublin tavern. McGregor, who spends so much time sailing on his Lamborghini yacht, is an excellent fit for the Waterside pub, situated in Howth near the Yacht Club. The Waterside will become the UFC star's third pub, after The Black Forge in Crumlin and The Marble Arch in Drimnagh.
Before becoming famous, Conor bought The Black Forge Inn, a tavern he frequented. McGregor has characterized the restaurant as a second home rather than a commercial enterprise.
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