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Marshawn Lynch Blasts Donald Trump ‘That Muthaf*cker Say A Lot Of Sh*t’

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Marshawn Lynch has finally responded to Donald Trump‘s scathing attack on the NFL players who didn’t stand for the anthem (he was one of ’em) — and it doesn’t get more Marshawn than this … 

“That mothaf*cker say a lot of sh*t.”

The Oakland Raiders superstar appeared on “Real Time with Bill Maher” where he went off about POTUS — essentially saying he doesn’t know a DAMN THING about the real Marshawn Lynch. 

“You call me unpatriotic but if you come to my neighborhood where I’m from you’ll see me take the shirt off my back and give it to someone in less need. I mean, what would you call that?!”

Marshawn famously sat during the anthem during the 2017 and 2018 NFL seasons — even after Donald Trump called for NFL owners to fire any “son of a bitch” who didn’t stand. 

Maher and Lynch also spoke about the work Marshawn does in the community — he’s become a legend in Oakland for helping low-income communities and fighting gentrification. 

In fact, Lynch has his own way of defining gentrification — “It’s basically when … it’s a lot of white people come over to the hood and kick everybody out that’s there.”

Lynch says he’s been a witness to it “since I was a small jitterbug.”

Now, Beast Mode says he’s using the money he’s made in the NFL to protect local families from being forced out of areas … and he’s super passionate about it. 

Jon Jones Wants Conor vs. Khabib Rematch … ‘That was a Great Fight’

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Jon Jones wants to see Conor McGregor get another crack at Khabib — telling TMZ Sports he LOVED the first fight … and really hopes Dana White locks ’em both in for a rematch. 

“I would love to see that again,” Jones said after the UFC 232 press conference … “That was a great fight.”

Of course, Khabib dominated Conor during the Oct. 6 bout at UFC 229 … ultimately submitting the Irishman in the 4th round. 

But, Jones believes one fight shouldn’t define an athlete — and he’s confident McGregor still has the skills to compete with the best in the world. 

“Wins and losses happen when you’re fighting at the level that guys like Conor and I are fighting at … it happens and it’s a big part of the game but its not a race.”

“As a martial artist, one fight never defines an athlete. It’s a journey. It’s about how you finish the race.”

Despite his excitement, Jon says he thinks Conor should probably fight someone else before rushing back after Khabib … but ultimately, they’re on a collision course.