BAD IDEA: Things Didn’t Go Well for Twitter Troll Who Calls Out Boxer [EPIC VIDEO]

BAD IDEA: Things Didn’t Go Well for Twitter Troll Who Calls Out Boxer [VIDEO]

Just because a dude is gay doesn’t mean he can’t fight. That’s what a Twitter troll found out, when he called out Yusaf Mack, a former professional boxer.

A few years back, Yusaf Mack was outed after appearing in a gay porn film. Towel Road reported at that time,

In a statement released Monday, boxer Yusaf Mack retracts allegations he made that he was drugged into appearing in a gay adult film. Mack also came out as bisexual.

Said Mack,

This is an issued public apology from my heart. I want to address a few situations with the first being the false claims I made about being drugged during the Dog Pound adult film.

I have never spoke negatively about the company that produced the film although the claim to have been given a drug by someone during set was a lie. I was completely aware and fully conscious during the film.

Needless to say, Mack caught hell. Boxing is considered a macho sport, and few boxers admit to being gay.

Apparently Mack had a Twitter troll who agreed to meet him, as the troll made comments about Mack’s sexuality.

As Mixed Martial Arts reports,

In the following video, we see Yusaf Mack beat up an alleged online troll named Hector Echevarria who he says was harassing him online and making homophobic comments towards him.

The video takes place at a barbershop in Philadelphia called LA Clippers and in black culture the barbershop isn’t just a place to get your hair cut, it’s an institution. The alleged troll is already on the ground when the video starts and Yusaf Mack is over top of him, on the ground, and pounding him.

He is clearly hitting him with some very hard shots too that make a lot of noise and all the guy on the bottom can do is cover up in the fetal position until others intervene. Yusaf even picks up an object to hit him with before finally walking away.

The boxer Yusaf Mack said to TMZ he was ‘sick and tired’ of the harassment he was receiving from the troll and is unapologetic as well saying he got what he deserved.

I understand where Mack comes from.

I am not gay, but as a black conservative I have my share of trolls. Most have no idea who they are dealing with. As for Echevarria, he knew that Mack was a boxer, and he still called him out. That shows just how demented these people are over an issue that is none of their business.

I applaud Mack for standing up for himself, not as a gay man, but as a man. His sexuality is no reason for somebody to troll him. Sometimes it takes a good ass-kicking for people to grow up.




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