Floyd Mayweather Sr. Wants 50 Cent And His Son To Box It Out In The Ring [video]
BY: John “Hennry” Harris
The failed bromance and now all-out beef between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and rapper Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson has been brewing over the last couple of years and due to the personal nature of the recent attacks by 50 Cent, it may never end.
Last week, when 50 challenged “Money” Mayweather to read one page of a Harry Potter book in exchange for a donation to charity, many people felt that was a low blow and an indication that the friendship is beyond repair. Floyd Mayweather Sr. has stepped forward with a solution that would put the disagreement to rest – if 50 would be up to the challenge.
The elder Mayweather did an interview on Fox Sports 670 Las Vegas and said he thinks that the two former friends should settle the score inside the squared circle. That’s right! The two should get in the ring and fight it out! When it comes to Instagram posts, memes and insulting his enemies, that is 50’s world. 50 has mastered the art of humiliation and has dismantled opposing rappers’ careers with this tactic. Boxing, however is Mayweather’s domain.
Mayweather Sr. does not think 50 would be in favor of fighting Floyd Jr. because of the obvious reasons, ans he feels 50 would have no chance of winning.
“50 Cent seem like he got a problem since Floyd left him,” Mayweather Sr. said, according to audio obtained by TMZ. “Whatever it was that made Floyd leave, he left. Floyd had nothing else to say about it. [50 Cent] is a world-known singer acting like a kid.”
Mayweather Sr. also suggested that 50 Cent’s 100-pound weight advantage would not him in a one-on-one fight with his son and also made the relevant point that most musicians drop out of school to pursue their careers.
“Let him go up against Floyd, then we’ll see what he has to talk about. Floyd would stop all that sh*t in the papers … it wouldn’t be no more said when Floyd get a hold of his ass,” he said.
50 and Mayweather Jr. have been going back and forth at each other exchanging digital barbs at one another on social media for months, however, the exact reasons for the end of the friendship has never truly been explained.
“My son ain’t got no reason to look back about nothing. He did his job. He ain’t got to worry about nobody like 50 Cent, cause 50 Cent is a player hater,” Mayweather Sr. said.
“On the part of his pops [Floyd Mayweather Sr.], I’d always say, ‘Nah, don’t say that. That’s your father,’” 50 Cent said. “When he was gonna train Oscar [De La Hoya] to fight him, but you wouldn’t pay him. So if you ain’t gonna pay him, how he gonna eat? Champ got a lot of different things with him. Don’t get it twisted at all. He’s still the best fighter…He won’t kick my ass. I’m 220 right now.”
BOSSes, what do you think about a throwdown between 50 Cent and Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr.? Do you think 50 could stand a chance? Is their disagreement this serious that it may have to come down to them really fighting to settle it?
Let’s discuss your thoughts in the comments section .. Let’s get ready to rumble !!
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