Perhaps threatening a former President on social media isn’t a good idea. That is what an internet streamer who calls himself N3on discovered over the weekend. The person called N3on is no stranger to controversy or bad decision-making. The Indian-American streamer has a history of staging stunts for likes, views, and clout, but his latest didn’t turn out like he hoped.
After announcing to his fans that he had four tickets to UFC 296, he made the mistake of invoking President Trump’s name and his plans to interrupt the GOP frontrunner’s evening. N3on did a live stream on December 16, and while he had four tickets for the fights, his comments and plans involving the former and possible future President weren’t taken lightly.
As he spoke to his viewers, the controversial streamer unveiled his plans for the event and the 45th President. He said: “One problem – Donald Trump and the Secret Service are going to be there. So, here’s my plan, chat, you know, you can clip this and, you know, foreshadow it in the future. What’s going to happen is – I’m going to walk up, you know, I’m going to talk my s–t to Trump, and then, it’s going to be a very good experience.”
Apparently, the young, naive streamer had no idea how the Secret Service conducts business, or for that matter, how Dana White conducts business. White is close friends with Trump, and there was literally no chance the young streamer was going to be allowed anywhere near the former president.
N3on continued sharing his ill-conceived plans with his followers: “So, I’m going to talk my s–t. I don’t care. I know the Secret Service is going to be there, I don’t give a f–k. I’m going to talk s–t. So, it’s all good. It’s going to be very good. Time is going to be very interesting. ‘Don’t say anything.’ I don’t think the Secret Service is about s–t, so it’s going to be fine. We should be good.”
In a viral video, N3on claimed to be banned from the arena despite photos emerging of him sitting with someone called Sneako and a rapper named Lil’ Pump. When asked about the situation, White pulled fewer punches than were landed in the main event. Visibly disgusted with the streamer, White said: “He said he was banned from the arena? No. What happened is, he said some stupid sh-t on Instagram and, you know… He bought tickets so he wasn’t anywhere close, but when you start saying stupid sh-t like that, yeah, you’re probably gonna get busted up and thrown out of here [by] making threats and talking dumb sh-t. Looking for clout.”
White finished his takedown of the streamer with a savage finishing move: “I don’t care what he said. He’s this f—ing tall too, you know that? F—ing punk.” Dana White has built an empire with the MMA, and he is also very loyal to his friends, of whom Donald Trump is near the top. The former president attends most UFC events, and the fighter, the boss, and the crowds adore him. It was a bad idea for a troublemaking streamer looking for likes and views to mess with Dana White or Donald Trump. It is unlikely the N3on will be welcome at any UFC events moving forward.
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