Floyd Mayweather has broken his silence (sorta) following his daughter Iyanna Mayweather’s arrest.
The 19-year-old allegedly stabbed the baby mama of her boyfriend, NBA YoungBoy. She was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon in Houston, Texas then released on $30,000 bail. On Monday she pleaded not guilty and a judge ordered her to stay away from the victim, Lapattra Jacobs.
Many on social media (including 50 Cent) were wondering where the hell Floyd was during all this chaos. NBA Young Boy even took to social media the day after Iyanna’s arrest to respond to rumors that he cooperated with the police and threw a few jabs at her “bitch ass daddy.”
Now it seems, Mayweather may have a message for those who think he failed her as a father.
On Tuesday, Floyd shared a clip of himself coaching his son, Koraun. In the caption he wrote: “Never claimed to be perfect, but I strive to be the best father possible.”
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Koraun recently lost his mother Josie Harris unexpectedly and now Floyd is teaching him all of his fundamental boxing skills. But Floyd may also be sending another message to his haters. What do you think? Is it a purely a post about his son or about him as a father in general?
We know Floyd has been going through it lately. On top of Harris’ death he also lost his former boxing coach and uncle Roger Mayweather.
To be clear Iyanna’s mother Melissia Brim (pictured below) also has not spoken out about her daughter’s altercation.
If Iyanna is convicted, she could face up to 99 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.