Trash talks, loudmouth, hard-hitting moves, and extravagant lifestyles are all synonyms for the Irishman. Losing millions might not impact him at all but losing millions of followers after the implementation of a new policy, let's find out.
The Irishman can lose a ton of his Twitter followers after the implementation of a new policy at Twitter that promotes the elimination of fake accounts from the platform.
The most popular UFC fighter on social media with 9.6 million Twitter followers currently can fall to around six million as the efforts to eradicate fake spam followers is soon to get implemented.
As per the study done by Gambling.com on the fake follower audit SparkToro, it has been observed that many fighters have large fake Twitter followers including McGregor. The Irishman has almost 4.1 million followers that are spam accounts.
The Tesla boss and business tycoon Elon Musk recently took over Twitter and has already started implementing new policies and changes from the verification process to creating a spam-free platform. Musk outlined new plans to eradicate fake accounts from Twitter back in April when he tweeted: "If our Twitter bid succeeds, we will defeat the spam bots or die trying! And authenticate all real humans."