Masvidal and McGregor have been going back and forth for a while now but 'Gamebred' has escalated things with his recent antics.
On Instagram, Masvidal posted a clip of him, wearing a floral shirt and with his long locks flowing, empting McGregor's Proper Twelve whiskey.
Being filmed, Masvidal explains that he got a cut on his foot from doing flips - front and back - into his pool and it's affecting him during training.
He felt the best thing to do was to get some "rubbing alcohol" on it but with none at his house, his brother suggested going for Proper Twelve.
The lid was already off as he grabbed it and he went on to pour the alcohol on the cut but mercilessly slate it afterwards.
“The cut doesn’t heal up because it f***ing keeps getting damaged when I go on the wrestling mat and s**t like that," Masvidal said.
“So I needed some f***ing rubbing alcohol or something like rubbing alcohol and we don’t have none in this house and then my brother had a bright idea - get this cheap-a** f***ing s**t.
“Somebody was giving it out on the street, I’m like, 'yeah I’m just going to pour this on my cut real quick because that’s probably all that it’s good for you know'.
“Cheap-a** f***ing whiskey. This s**t don’t even sting, this is f***ing trash, bro.
“What’s the content of alcohol in this f***ing s**t bro?”
McGregor is the founder of Proper Twelve and sold the majority stake in a deal worth around $600 million in 2021.
The whiskey was one of UFC's sponsors for his 2018 superfight with Khabib Nurmagomedov, with the logo gracing the Octagon canvas.
McGregor and Masvidal have gone at it verbally in the past, with the Irishman calling the BMF champion out for wearing the same Versace robe as him.
McGregor then savagely took aim at Masvidal for pulling out of his welterweight against Leon Edwards, saying he should be stripped off his BMF title.
In response, Masvidal accused McGregor of being addicted to cocaine and also branded him a "midget".
More recently, Masvidal has said he wants to fight the Notorious "before he overdoses" in a brutal attack.
It feels right that the pair settle their scores inside the Octagon in what would be a huge comeback fight for McGregor following his lengthy injury lay-off.
Featured Image Credit: Image: Jorge Masvidal
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