A prankster sent a photo of an MMA fan tricking Russian viral sensation and editors
A clown has apparently tricked a local Scottish newspaper into sending a snow-themed photo of Russian social media star Lyubulla Magomedov, which was published out of the blue.
Also known as ‘Husbic’, the Russian mini star first caught the public by posting a clip that poked fun at UFC icon Conor McGregor and mimicked the press conference of mild rival Khabib Nurmagomedov.
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However, in 2021, the Dagestani star’s internet popularity soared due to a sneaky video and a confrontation with fellow pint-sized rival, Tajik blogger Abdu Rozik, which saw him on his way to worldwide fame and millions of social media followers. brought it.
Counting UFC icon Khabib among his friends, Hasbollah was brought into the octagon by prospect Islam Makhachev following his latest victory at UFC 267 while receiving the VIP treatment from promotions president Dana White.
But some people are apparently unaware of this cheeky star – As a recent viral tweet shows.
Sharing a photograph as proof of his impression in a paper believed to be the Glasgow-based Paisley Express, he wrote: “Our local newspaper asked [pictures] Kids enjoying last week’s snow and someone sent a picture of Hasbollah.
“I’m dead” He added with a series of emojis laughing while crying, as the caption read: “Seven-year-old Hasbollah had never seen snow before last week. ,
Our local newspaper asked for pictures of kids enjoying last week’s snow and someone sent a picture of Hezbollah I’m Dead pic.twitter.com/uMX0TpPzin
— Super Kev-Ario (@officialkappa99) 11 January 2022
In the comments section, the party allegedly responsible for the act introduced itself and thanked the newspaper. “for all their help” After that “Friday Night, The Bum Up Effort Didn’t Go Badly To My Surprise”,
“I love the view of Glasgow overlooking the Caspian Sea,” Someone answered, about Makhachkala, the Scottish city and capital of the Dagestan homeland of Hasbollah.
“Bap re bap. How is this editor still in office?” Someone asked. “He doesn’t know the king?”
“How do people work for the media and not know Hasbollah?” There was another similar question.
So my Friday night attempt to do a bum didn’t turn out bad… much to my surprise. I want to thank the Paisley Express for all their ‘help’ pic.twitter.com/8sjAqSCqKz
— falcon (@dykebarsaint) 11 January 2022
I love the view of Glasgow overlooking the Caspian Sea
— Mike G (@thatsouthpokid) 12 January 2022
Elsewhere, Hasabulla, who is 19 years old but suffers from a rare developmental disorder, was cast in a famous scene at the Hollywood box office.
you notice #hasbollah in endgame? look at this pic.twitter.com/pCiUZlg0nU
— Hasbullah (@HasbulaFam) 11 January 2022
In Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame, which grossed nearly $3 billion, Titans Thor and Thanos face off before Captain America saves the day with Thor’s hammer.
In this dispatch, it is Hasbollah who is the hero of the time, finally at the villain Thanos throwing his hammer from a back garden in Russia.
The way Hasbollah’s star rises, however, can’t be a call away from Tinsel Town.
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