Jason “Mayhem” Miller has finally broken his silence to address his actions at the recent BAMMA event.
A heated exchange between Miller and UFC middleweight Uriah Hall led to a string of racial slurs from “Mayhem,” with Hall throwing a punch before the two were broken up.
Luckily for Hall, he won’t be facing disciplinary actions from the UFC. In a recent tweet, Dana White stated that Hall isn’t in any trouble at all, despite the organization’s strict new code of conduct. Whether this has anything to do with White and Miller’s rocky history, or if White simply believes Hall did the right thing, remains to be seen.
@dylanwardenn **** no!!! I’m gonna give him a bonus!!!
— Dana White (@danawhite) October 29, 2013
Miller has now taken to Twitter as well to defend himself. He states that he is “full of love,” and denies accusations of racist behavior.
“It seems to me that I must play the ‘bad guy,'” Miller wrote. “Insomuch as that is the narrative that everyone is writing for me. Truth is, I’m full of love.”
“Some guy got in my face, I punked him, he threw, I slipped it,” he explained. ” I have no hate for anyone based on race, and idgaf what u think anyway… Don’t believe the lies.”
Unfortunately for Mayhem, the video of the incident does not paint him in a great light. Add that to three prior arrests this year alone, and one has to wonder just what is going on with Jason “Mayhem” Miller.