Brian Ortega Slaps Jay Park at UFC 248

March 9, 2020

Korean rapper Jay Park was involved in an altercation with UFC fighter Brian Ortega during UFC 248 on Saturday night. Jay was later asked if he would be seeking legal action against Ortega and his response was vicious: “Nah I don’t sue ppl who have less than i do.”


The bad blood between these two started when Jay Park served as Chan Sung Jung’s (Korean Zombie) translator for Ariel Helwani’s MMA Show. Park translated that Chan Sung Jung didn’t want to fight Ortega because he “ducked” him one time. Jung didn’t see the point of trying to fight a fighter who was ducking him.

Brian Ortega was upset from the allegation of “ducking” because he was forced to withdraw from the Korean Zombie fight due to injury. Ortega later warned Jay Park through Instagram, saying he would slap him if he saw him for translating for Chan Sung Jung.

The Korean Zombie Chan Sung Jung later responded to the situation on Instagram: “Last night, you sat 10 meters away from me and Jay Park for two hours nothing happened, so I thought everything was fine. But you fu*king attacked Jay Park while I went to the bathroom. Jay Park is not a professional fighter but a musician. You slapped a civilian who merely helped translate. Even worse, you were sitting there waiting until I would be absent and attacked Jay Park. It was not a fight like real men would do. What you have done is same as a grown up to beat a child. You should have attacked me. If so, I would have not been upset.”

The Zombie went on to say: “You are such a coward for slapping a musician not a fighter. If you fu*king planned this to fight me and to use my name because people don’t remember your name anymore, then I congratulate you, it worked. I will fight you and I will knock you out and your fu*king face will be bloody. Now, your fu*king face stays in my mind and I will fu*k you up in the cage. I hope you won’t run away from me again.”

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