Conor McGregor always has the spotlight on him. But a recent Instagram post by his longtime partner, Dee Devlin, may have taken some of that attention away.

In Devlin's latest photo on Instagram, it appeared like she was wearing real fox fur. It led to some people calling her out.

A report by the Irish Mirror included some of the comments Devlin got because of her Instagram post. One wrote, "It’s such a shame to wear real fur and support the torture of foxes when there are so many incredible faux alternatives out there." Another remark had the same thought and added, "Fur is murder." There are those hoping that Devlin had fake fur on.

If some are furious, others showed support by defending her. The 31-year-old is yet to break her silence regarding the issue.

Getting stripped?

Back to Conor McGregor, there are numerous reports which state that the UFC is close to taking away the lightweight championship from him. When that happens, it will be the second time in his UFC career that he got stripped.

McGregor captured the UFC lightweight title on November 12, 2016, when he knocked out Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205. Since then, he has not defended it nor fought in the UFC. Instead of continuing his mixed martial arts career, he decided to dabble in boxing and took on Floyd Mayweather, Jr. in August 2017.

According to MMA Mania (SB Nation), the UFC is expected to strip McGregor of the lightweight belt on January 20.

The announcement is likely to be made before the main event of UFC 220. Once "The Notorious" no longer has the gold, interim lightweight champion Tony Ferguson and top contender Khabib Nurmagomedov are going to compete for it at UFC 223.

The first time the UFC forced McGregor to surrender a title was in 2016, when he also failed to defend the featherweight championship nearly a year after winning it.

The pride of Ireland became the kingpin of the featherweight division in December 2015 when he dropped Jose Aldo, Jr. 13 seconds into their title bout.

What's next?

It is uncertain at this point what or who is next for Conor McGregor. UFC president Dana White revealed a couple of days ago that the 29-year-old has a plan to see action inside the octagon in September.

There are three possible options for McGregor when he comes back to the UFC. First, he could return to the featherweight division and rematch the current champion who he already defeated, Max Holloway. Second, he may challenger the victor of the Ferguson-Nurmagomedov clash. The last choice is to go for a rubber match with the only man who beat him in the UFC, Nate Diaz.