Pride gets the word hate to support the month

Jeff Molina: The social media handle of UFC’s rising flyweight contestant Jeff Molina was bombarded with hateful remarks while wearing the UFC Pride of the Month kit at UFC Vegas 56. Follow UFC Live Updates and UFC News with InsideSport.IN

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Jeff Molina: “God will make you burn in hell”, UFC flyweight contestant Pride Month gets hate speech

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Jeff Molina: “God Will Make You Burnt in Hell”, UFC Flyweight Contest Pride Month

Jeff Molina cast with hate speech: Jeff Molina remains unbeaten in the UFC with a total of 4 wins. The Flyweight prospect has 11 wins and 2 losses in his professional MMA career.

In UFC 56, he defeated Zhalgas Zhumagulov by a unanimous decision in a 3 round bout.

To support the LGBTQ community, UFC was raising funds for the month of Pride. Jeff Molina wore Pride Month shorts to promote the initiative.

Unfortunately, hateful comments were made on her social media handles for wearing shorts and offering her support for the community.

Jeff Molina says, It was weird because I thought it was something that was so unprepared, so simple, so tiny, “said Molina. Didn’t look at my phone for hours – I try not to stay on my phone too much for the week of the fight – I look at my phone and the comments are split.In fact, not really, the comments were quite disgusting.

“I looked at the DMs, my DMs on Twitter were divided with love and hate. In terms of love it was like a lot of people, ‘Hey man, I didn’t know you rolled that way. I think you’re cute. ‘ And then on the other hand it was the same hateful, hateful thing and I thought I had to fix it. “

“In my debut weight-in, DC said I wasn’t the most attractive flyweight at the UFC,” Molina said. “She’s like, ‘I don’t see it all. I don’t think she’s that interesting.’ That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there. “

“Absolutely not,” said Molina. “If anything, I wanted to get a big vinyl after that. I didn’t even think about it. “

“What’s weird is that I feel like I’m being praised for something I shouldn’t be praising, if it makes sense,” Molina said. “And I’m not trying to back down from what I’ve said. I’ve spoken 100 percent from the heart. I meant exactly what I said. But it is like getting applause for saying ‘killing is wrong’. It should be simple: rape is wrong. Racism is wrong. It is wrong to hate someone they love. And who cares for f *** at the end of the day? That’s the only thing that makes me feel weird about this whole situation.

“I know as a fighter I have a platform, fighting for the UFC, the biggest organization in the world. But at the same time I am being praised for something which I find strange which should only be f ****** general decency. Just being a human being. “

It is heartbreaking to witness an attack on the LGBTQ community even in an international forum. However, it is a highly commendable effort by the organization to provide support to marginalized people.

Jeff Molina: “God will make you burn in hell”, UFC flyweight contestant Pride Month gets hate speech

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