Casey Kenney was recently under fire for his recent comments about Megan Anderson on Sean O’Malley’s podcast, but “Suga” doesn’t think Anderson should be offended.
On the podcast, O’Malley’s coach, Tim Welch, asked Kenney if he would sleep with Anderson, in which Kenney said only if he was hammered and it was at four in the morning. The former featherweight title challenger, of course, did not take kindly to those comments.
After a ton of backlash, Casey Kenney did apologize to Megan Anderson on social media.
Despite the fact the comments were on O’Malley’s podcast, the bantamweight prospect didn’t offer any apology. However, he was recently interviewed ahead of his UFC 260 but still didn’t offer much of an apology as he says Anderson isn’t a co-worker any more, so it isn’t that big of a deal. Anderson, of course, fought out her UFC contract at UFC 259 where she lost to Amanda Nunes for the title.
“We say a lot of things on there, and some people get very upset,” O’Malley told ESPN.
“I didn’t say anything bad, did I?” a defensive O’Malley added. “You can’t let someone else’s words affect how you feel emotionally. If you said something about me, I don’t know. I don’t know. She’s not a co-worker any more, so it is what it is.”
The lack of apology from O’Malley got a lot of backlash, and Anderson seemingly subtweeted him over his comments.
Sean O’Malley is set to return to the Octagon on the main card of UFC 260 on Saturday against Thomas Almeida. Last time out, he suffered his first professional loss as he lost by first-round TKO to Marlon Vera in a fight Suga rolled his ankle several times. If he beats Almeida, O’Malley could very well fight a ranked opponent next.
What do you make of Sean O’Malley’s lack of an apology to Megan Anderson?