50 Cent Says Floyd Mayweather Owes Him $2 Million

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By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

The 50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather beef has been a crazy one. The former BFFs shocked everyone recently when they began to engage in a Twitter beef, and neither really even explained what caused their friendship to go sour. Eventually it was speculated that the beef was due to 50 Cent’s shady business dealings that occurred while Mayweather was in prison for domestic violence charges, however, there were others who speculated that it had to be over a woman. Regardless, it appears that 50 has decided to tell his side of what went wrong with the bromance that lasted for a few years, and according to his side, it was all about business. Apparently, these two probably shouldn’t have tried to mix friendship with business. Especially if someone doesn’t seem to have any intentions of paying back the money they owe.

According to rapper 50 Cent, Floyd Mayweather owes him $2 million. 50 claims the $2 million was used to start their former boxing promotions company, TMT Promotions. The rapper claims that once Mayweather got out of jail for the domestic situation, he neglected to pay back his debt to 50. Instead, 50 suggests Floyd’s camp proceeded to buy Floyd expensive gifts such as cars and jewelry to persuade him to hold off on his deal with 50.  This created tension between the former friends, and eventually led to the recent Twitter beef.

In a recent interview with Power 106’s Big Boy, he says:

“[Mayweather] changed his mind…as he was actually going in to jail, he asked me to help him with Mayweather Promotions. As he actually got in and I took a look, I realized there is no Mayweather Promotions: there’s no LLC, there’s no seals, there’s no ‘incorporated’…technically, Floyd is a Golden Boy fighter [for Oscar De La Hoya’s promotion firm]. He fights on every Golden Boy card, they do all the footwork…so when he says, ‘Help me with Mayweather Promotions,’ and it’s not there, I go, ‘Okay, I know what he means: he wants me to put it together for him.’ So I do TMT Promotions, I get it all the way together…he comes home, and there’s the, ‘Let’s get Floyd back in pocket’ campaign that goes on, where there’s $300,000 chains being bought and buying him the new Lambourghini…and I’m sitting there going, ‘When are you going to give me the money?’…It’s about [$2 million owed] at that point. When he finally does bring up the actual situation, he acted like he didn’t know anything. Like, ‘I didn’t tell y’all to do that.'”

 

50 also claims that the Twitter beef wasn’t what you thought it was. especially since Floyd isn’t the one who usually runs his Twitter account:

“That’s not Floyd [on Twitter or Instagram dissing me]; Floyd don’t Tweet…he’s got somebody next to him. See, everybody around him is co-dependent, so they gonna roll with what he says regardless…they’ll tell him what to say. As soon as he gets confused, he’s gonna go, ‘Okay, okay, um, just call out [50 Cent].'”

 

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10 comments

  1. I don’t know if 50 can be trusted though. He’s ruthless in business, so he probably did something Floyd didn’t like. That’s probably why he’s not trying to pay him back.

  2. 50 is probably lying. Floyd seems to think something shady was done. And I think I’m more inclined to believe Floyd over 50,

  3. So they are still acting like females about this situations. Cool. 50 should just file a lawsuit and move on. No more Twitter beefs.

  4. I honestly think 50 is one of the realest people in the industry. Yeah, he is not all that likable, but he usually tells the truth. I believe him. Floyd doesn’t strike me as someone who can make his own decisions with his money. He shouldn’t have told 50 to go forward if he wasn’t sure.

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