Just a day after teasing his existence on Twitter, Jake Paul took to Instagram on Sunday to show off his bespoke “Sleepy McGregor” chain.
Designed by New York’s Benny the Jeweler, the $100,000 pendant features a miniature sculpture of Conor McGregor lying unconscious in the octagon after Dustin Poirier. 2nd round TKO back in January. Benny’s hand painted piece even has McGregor holding a bottle of Nyquil.
In Paul’s Instagram post, Benny explains that the chain was crafted with 500 grams of white gold, has diamond shorts and an accompanying diamond tennis necklace made of 1 carat stones.
Meanwhile, Paul ends the music video by stating that if McGregor loses his Saturday fight against Poirier, his $50 million bet he made with him is void: “McGregor, you better win tonight, otherwise, your career is over and if you lose, that $50 million bet I gave you won’t be on the table. So don’t choke like you normally do. Sleepy McGregor, don’t do the night you fucking bitch,” he said.
Earlier this week, when asked if he would ever face off in the ring or in the octagon with Jake or Logan Paul, the Irish MMA champion made his feelings clear.
“I couldn’t care less about those two dingbats,” McGregor said in the clip below. “I don’t see that, but never say never. If they’ll keep competing and what else, who the fuck knows? But dingbats, both.
Logan Paul, as British tabloid The Mirror pointed out, suggested earlier this year that he could beat McGregor. “I sincerely believe that if you put him here right now in a practice session, I would beat him hands down,” he said. Jake Paul, meanwhile, insisted on a fight with McGregor. Talk with TMZ earlier this year, Jake Paul said he had a “real offer” of $50 million to fight McGregor. “We’re talking to his team,” he said, although it was December 2020, and not much has been said about such a fight since.