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‘King of Instagram’ Dan Bilzerian visits Conor McGregor’s Black Forge Inn pub before partying with models


Dan Bilzerian visited Conor McGregor’s pub this week before partying with a number of models at a luxury hotel.

The American businessman, dubbed the “King of Instagram”, posed for photos at the Black Forge Inn with seven women and a UFC belt.

Speaking to McGregor on Instagram, Bilzerian wrote, “Thank you for the hospitality.”

Pub manager Liam Flynn also shared a number of photos of Bilzerian and the models on social media.

He wrote: “Charlie’s angels in the house tonight, loving the Conors establishment.”

Bilzerian, who has won millions playing poker, regularly shares photos of his lavish lifestyle on Instagram, where he has nearly 33 million followers, 12 million less than McGregor.

After visiting the UFC star’s pub, the 41-year-old shared videos of himself partying with models as they knocked down punches in a swimming pool.

Dan Bilzerian at Conor McGregor’s pub

Bilzerian previously claimed to have lost a mountain of money, estimated at $1 million, in McGregor’s 2020 fight with Donald Cerrone.

The American backed his compatriot to beat The Notorious at UFC 246, but McGregor destroyed Cowboy in just 40 seconds at T Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Meanwhile, McGregor is said to have acquired another Dublin pub in one of the most picturesque parts of the county.

The motto states that he bought The Waterside bar in Howth, which is a stone’s throw from the Howth Yacht Club, making it a natural fit since Conor now often spends his days cruising around in his Lamborghini yacht.

And that’s without counting how well it will suit his father Tony since he has long been passionate about sailing and constantly shares images of his latest escapades aboard his boat “The 188” (named after the old payment indemnities from Conor).

This will be Conor’s third boozer, featuring The Black Forge in his native Crumlin and the Marble Arch in Drimnagh.

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