“CRAZY plane lady” Tiffany Gomas was stunned to get a personal message from Conor McGregor.
The Dallas marketing executive infamously yelled “that motherf****er back there is not real” as a row erupted on a flight to Florida in July when she accused relatives of stealing her airpods.
Gomas this week admitted her actions – including a flare-up with police were “completely unacceptable”.
And when asked who has been the “weirdest and best celebrity” to contact her, she explained her encounter with THE 35-year-old Irish superstar.
She told the Pardon My Take podcast: “I mean Conor McGregor reached out.
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“He sent me a DM. He wasn’t trying to get in my pants or anything.”
Gomas became notorious – like McGregor’s nickname – over her astonishing confrontation on a plane.
Viewers of the online clip were curious over what caught her eye when she launched an X-rated rant at an “unreal” passenger “back there”.
She was eventually removed from the flight by American Airlines staff, before police say she claimed the plane was not safe and would not reach its destination.
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And Gomas believes McGregor simply shared the interest of others.
Asked if the former UFC and flyweight champ just wanted to say “what’s up” she replied: “No. He wanted to know what I saw.”
She added: “But regardless, Connor McGregor follows me, like what the hell… It’s kinda wild.”
The Texas saleswoman has also gone public to pretty much confirm she saw… nothing really!
Meanwhile, McGregor has been in the limelight slightly less than usual since breaking his leg last time out, a trilogy fight against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 in July 2021.